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Universities’ bid to avoid multi-employer bargaining

Universities are being advised how to avoid getting roped into multi-employer agreements under a leaked “strategy road map” that unions claim is “incontrovertible proof” the universities want to try to push through substandard pay deals. The Australian Higher Education Industrial ...

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Western Sydney kicks off ‘de-casualisation’ program

Western Sydney University will hire new permanent staff as part of a sector-first "large-scale academic decasualisation program." The program, designed in consultation with the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU), will see 150 full-time teaching and research positions be made available ...

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UNE staff and alumni call for transparency

University of New England's new advisory body has called for increased transparency, staff inclusion in managerial processes and for Chancellor James Harris to resign.  On Friday, more than 500 UNE staff, alumni, and former employees met to vote in favour ...

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Deakin Uni wage dispute goes to Fair Work

Deakin uni will face the fair work commission after being accused of alleged "systemic wage theft" by the NTEU. The National Tertiary Education Union claims the enterprise agreement was breached after more than 650 staff across four campuses were paid ...

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‘Stop the restructures’: Fed uni set to strike

Staff at Federation University will be on the picket lines tomorrow over fair pay, job security and better working conditions after the union said management had been “purposely delaying” negotiations.  On Thursday, hundreds of staff and students from the Federation ...

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