NTEU opposes the draft Enterprise Agreement being sent to College of Law staff and encourages all staff to VOTE NO in the upcoming ballot to be held 19 - 20 June.
Six bargaining meetings have been held since the unsuccessful EA vote earlier this year to try and progress outstanding issues. The NTEU continues to have a number of concerns about the provisions of the proposed new EA and therefore opposes the agreement.
Industrial action over a collective agreement at the University of Tasmania (UTAS) is one step closer following the decision of the Tasmanian Division Council of the National Tertiary Education Union ...
The University of Tasmania’s failure to implement agreed workload guidelines properly is resulting in crippling teaching and administrative workloads and unreasonable research output ...
Sydney University staff, general and academic, have been writing letters to inform management of their reasons for supporting the Enterprise Bargaining campaign and industrial action.
These letters are powerful and eloquent and speak to the anxieties university staff have about the direction management is taking Sydney University, and their hopes for Higher Education and this institution. Please read and share them widely.
Staff at Sydney University have also made a video (Dear Michael - An open letter to the Vice Chancellor) which you can view below.
Following the success of our protected industrial action ballot, members met to vote on taking industrial action. On Wednesday, February 27, Sydney University NTEU members passed a motion to strike for twenty-four hours on Thursday March 07.
This is the motion that was passed:
Round Six of university enterprise bargaining is underway following a successful meeting of approximately eighty delegates from across NTEU’s university branches to debate key strategies and ...