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Thanks all the members who kindly donated to the NTEU Fighting Fund

Posted 4 March 2011 by Grahame McCulloch (General Secretary) from NTEU National Office

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 ...

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New "NTEU Bargaining Wins" posters coming your way

Posted 28 January 2011 by Paul Clifton (National Publications Coordinator) from NTEU National Office

NTEU has produced a series of posters highlighting the improvements in pay and conditions won by hard-working Union members in the current bargaining round.

Look out for them around your campus, or ...

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Bargaining Wins poster series

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NTEU Bargaining Wins: Paid Parental Leave

Published: 01 Feb, 2011
Tags: bargaining, wins, poster, Parental leave

"More paid leave for new additions to your family". NTEU Bargaining wins poster series, 2011.

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NTEU Bargaining Wins: Casuals Fair Pay for Marking

Published: 01 Feb, 2011
Tags: bargaining, poster, wins, casual, pay rates, marking

"Casuals now get fair pay for marking" NTEU Bargaining wins poster series, 2011.

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NTEU Bargaining Wins: Contract Research Staff

Published: 01 Feb, 2011
Tags: bargaining, wins, poster, Contract research staff

"Get off the contract treadmill" NTEU Bargaining wins poster series, 2011.

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NTEU Bargaining Wins: General Staff Reclassification

Published: 01 Feb, 2011
Tags: bargaining, wins, poster, general staff classification, General Staff

"General Staff Reclassification procedures you can see". NTEU Bargaining wins poster series, 2011.

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NTEU Bargaining Wins: Limits on Fixed term Contracts

Published: 01 Feb, 2011
Tags: bargaining, poster, wins, fixed-term, permanent jobs

"More permanent jobs". NTEU Bargaining wins poster series, 2011.

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NTEU Bargaining Wins: Workload Limits

Published: 01 Feb, 2011
Tags: bargaining, poster, wins, workloads

"Workload Limits Enforced" NTEU Bargaining wins poster series, 2011.

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NTEU Bargaining Wins: Payrises

Published: 31 Jan, 2011
Tags: bargaining, wins, pay rise, poster

"There is more in your pay". NTEU Bargaining wins poster series, 2011.

NTEU Welcomes NSW Parliamentary intervention in Industrial Dispute

Posted 2 December 2010 by Matthew McGowan (National Assistant Secretary) from NTEU National Office

The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) welcomes the intervention of the NSW Parliament in the protracted industrial disputes occurring at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) and Macquarie ...

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Support Your Colleagues at UNSW and Macquarie – An Urgent Message from the NTEU General Secretary

Posted 25 November 2010 by Grahame McCulloch (General Secretary) from NTEU National Office

Dear Friends,

Around 150 NTEU members have imposed bans on the transmission of examination results at the University of New South Wales and Macquarie University.  NTEU Branch negotiators have ...

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Enterprise Bargaining: we’re almost there

Posted 23 November 2010 by Michael Evans from NTEU National Office

Enterprise bargaining in Australia’s universities is almost complete, with only a few new Agreements still outstanding.

However, as you would expect, the remaining outstanding Agreements are ...

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Collective bargaining outcomes

Posted 19 November 2010 by Rob Binnie from Tas Division

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Collective Agreement Professional staff

Published: 18 Nov, 2010
Tags: collective agreement

NTEU Tas Division is pleased to advise staff of the following successfully negotiated outcomes from a long and arduous collective bargaining period. NTEU thanks all members for their support and willingness to take industrial action in order to improve c

Successfully negotiated outcomes for English Language Centre staff

Posted 19 November 2010 by Rob Binnie from Tas Division

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Collective Agreement ELC staff

Published: 18 Nov, 2010
Tags: bargaining, Tas

The NTEU has successfully negotiated these improved outcomes for ELC staff

Bans on student results at UNSW and VU

Posted 19 July 2010 by Ken McAlpine (Senior Industrial Officer) from NTEU National Office

Members will probably have seen media reports on enterprise bargaining negotiations at VU and UNSW, and in particular the current protected industrial action in the form of the withholding of student ...

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Stopwork at Art and Music a Success!

Posted 18 September 2009 by Rob Binnie from Tas Division
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Uni wage war steps up -Mercury Thursday September 17 2009

Posted 17 September 2009 by Rob Binnie from Tas Division
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