La Trobe University
Senior management at La Trobe University has tried to get members to notify them in advance if they intend to take protected industrial action so that your work can be covered.
The purpose of taking ...
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This FAQ explains your protected industrial action rights. Note that you do not need to tell anyone you have taken protected industrial action until after it has taken place.•
There are many issues that require resolution at the bargaining table which have been outlined in bulletins and meetings, however, the most pressing issues of concern are the Workload Management ...•
Proposed La Trobe University results bans FAQ
NTEU La Trobe Branch members will vote at Stop Work meetings this week on whether to institute bans on the transmission of student results....•
La Trobe University staff have been in negotiations for a new Collective Agreement for around 7 months but there has been no progress on key items.
At the top of our list of ...
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Facebook cover page using a real formula from La Trobe's workload management framework.•
Thank you to all the NTEU members who voted in the recent industrial action ballot.
The results are in! NTEU members have won the right to take industrial action in the following forms:
In a staff briefing last week Vice Chancellor, Professor John Dewar, outlined the potential impact of Federal government budget cuts at La Trobe University and how this may affect bargaining with the ...
Most academics will be aware that a new workloads framework is now limping into operation across the university. Its convoluted nature and silly formulas (accompanied by a picture of Einstein) has ...
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The formula shown on this poster is taken from an actual workload guideline at La Trobe. It gives people a certain number of workload points but these points don't correspond with hours - no one can work out how much work they are really being allocated.