Notre Dame Enterprise Agreement 2018

If you would like more information on collective bargaining for professional staff, please contact the NTEU Macquarie Branch Office (ext 7643 or [email protected]) or one of the NTEU Professional Staff Bargaining Team: Benjamin Dougall, Rob Davies, Nikki Balnave, Robbie Miller and Cathy Rytmeister. If you would like us to hold a union meeting at your workplace to discuss the progress/questions of enterprise bargaining, please contact the institution and we will set it up. NTEU Macquarie Branch is working to have the new Fair Work professional staff agreement approved before Christmas. This means that we want a meeting of members on Wednesday, December 5, 2018. After the low-cost vote, the agreement will be submitted to all staff members for voting within the week of December 10, 2018. This will give us a unique opportunity to redirect the expiry data of academic and professional staff agreements. It is important that we can finally resume negotiations on academic and professional staff in the next round, which gives members a much greater and more effective voice within this institution. Although not known to all, the business bargaining system is inspired by the work of Samuel Becket, as evidenced by interviews and interviews at the University of Notre Dame Australia. The conditions of employment at the UTS are determined by various laws, collective agreements, common law and university police, practice and statutes. Dr. Jonathan Hallett took over as Secretary of AV in 2018, following a membership of the WA/National Council Division and a member of the Curtin Branch University Committee.

The old agreement expired 18 months ago and talks on a new agreement have been going on for two years without anything happening. Australian Catholic Superannuation Withdrawal Fund joins online here Professional employees can now purchase up to 20 extra vacation days (previously 10) There were also a number of cases that we considered relatively minor and hoped to clear up. The university has not cooperated on these issues. The industrial conditions for the employment of UTS staff are mandatory: as an evaluation specialist, I was hired at Edith Cowan University. My thesis was “Learning to See, Seeing to Learn,” emphasizing the role that video and discussion can play in supporting our learning. Please call Susan Phillipson on (02) 4253 0913 or Casey Wilkinson at (02) 4253 0829. For employees who experience domestic violence, 20 days of paid leave are now available in addition to personal vacations. 5 days of unpaid leave are available to casual staff. In the meantime, the subject is largely in the hands of members. There are only so many things the negotiating team can do around the table. The staff of the University of Notre Dame of Australia demonstrates an amazing commitment to the university. It is right that UNDA management should retaliate ed than this commitment.

The National Tertiary Education Union campus branch says management has provided 1.5 percent of administrative salaries, half of what the union wants. And the NTEU adds that UNDA executives are not on super-bums – the university pays 12 percent, while the permanent staff of public universities (which is not the STI) gets 17 percent. Six weeks of paid surrogacy leave for specialized staff and guaranteed entitlement to return from part-time parental leave (provided there is a break-up of more than 0.6) All existing conditions and entitlements have been maintained. I entered higher education in 2009 after a varied career, which extended to accounting and auditing, ran a small business, taught a high school, led career counseling and eventually specialized in evaluation in nine disciplines within the VA Board. It is time for NTEU members to make their feelings arguments that management cannot ignore.

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