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Support Qantas Workers
When: 5pm, Tuesday November 22
Where: Angel Place Recital Hall, 2-12 Angel Place (near cnr George St)
Alan Joyce, CEO of Qantas, will be speaking at Angel Place Recital Hall tomorrow. He has been invited to do so as part of UNSW’s “Meet the CEO” Series.
In response, a rally has been called in support of Qantas workers. NTEU members, and members from other unions, will be gathering at the entrance to the meeting from 5pm. We are calling on all supporters of Qantas staff to attend.
As NTEU members would be aware, the Transport Workers Union (TWU), The Licensed Aircraft Engineers Union (ALAEA) and the Pilots Association (APIA) have each been struggling with Qantas management for reasonable pay increases, job security and improved conditions for many months.
All UNSW Professional Staff are cordially invited to attend an interactive seminar hosted by the National Tertiary Education Union:
“Position Classification ...
After three years of hard fought enterprise bargaining negotiations the NTEU at UNSW has won a new Academic Staff agreement that puts the Howard era of tertiary sector industrial relations into the dustbin of history.•
National Tertiary Education Union, NSW
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The NTEU has lodged a dispute with management under the Managing Change provisions of both the professional and academic agreements and, until further notice, it is not necessary to ...
The NSW Auditor-General's Report into NSW universities reveals that UNSW in 2010 generated a surplus of $145.2 million. This was on top of the $74.4 million surplus UNSW generated in 2009. The 2010 ...
On behalf of NTEU and members of the UNSW and Macquarie Branches, I want to thank all the members who kindly donated to the NTEU Fighting Fund in the previous months.
As you would know, 150 NTEU ...
NTEU academic members at UNSW have been negotiating an Enterprise Agreement for more than 2 years. They have taken a series of industrial actions over that time, the last being results bans which led ...