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The NTEU CSU 2011 Annual Survey has returned some alarming results, revealing that 58 per cent of academics are being overworked to the point of illness. The survey also reveals that 57 per cent of academics have suffered deterioration in family relationships, due to excessive workloads and work related stress.
A staggering 94% of surveyed academics said they frequently work more than their regular weekly hours, with 87% frequently working weekends. The survey also found 58% of respondents reported teaching workloads that breach the new workload regulations contained in the CSU Enterprise Agreement.
NTEU CSU Branch has written to the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) outlining some of the results and seeking the widespread teaching-related overload at CSU to be addressed as a matter of priority. You can read a copy of the letter here.
The message from yesterday's multi-campus union meeting about the DVC’s research college proposal was unequivocal. Members have demanded that it be withdrawn and have directed the Union ...
The NTEU CSU branch executive invites you to join the Academic Workloads Implementation Group (AWIG). This is a vital new aspect of union work aimed at ensuring academic workloads at CSU are ...•
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