University of Queensland
Here is the latest bulletin regarding Enterprise Bargaining at UQ
- eBook: http://issuu.com/nteu-uq/docs/uq_nteu_eb_bulletin_no_30
- Published: 06 May, 2014
- Tags: UQ, EB06, enterprise bargaining,
A summary of the status of Enterprise Bargaining negotiations at the University of Queensland as of 6th May, 2014
Media Release: Audit Commission’s proposal to increase student fees to promote quality and access won’t work, says NTEU
Increasing the cost of getting a university degree through increasing HELP fees plus deregulating fees is not the way to ensure Australia has a robust and internationally reputable higher education ...
The frame of debate over university funding has shifted over the past few weeks as we head towards the Abbott Government’s first budget. Rather than continuing campaigning to ...
I hope that members working in universities got some personal time over the Easter break. But do spare a thought for your sessionally employed academic colleagues, who also ...
13 APRIL 2014
The report of the Demand Driven Funding System Review released today seems to be having a bob each way according to the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU). The report is ...
Member Advantage invites you to complete the Member Advantage 2014 Satisfaction Survey and go into the draw to win one of two $250 Westfield Gift Cards.
This survey is conducted annually to ...
The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) supports the National Union of Students (NUS) National Day of Action (NDA) to be held Wednesday 26 March.
The NDA will give voice to concerns over the ...
Please consider signing the Open Letter to Prime Minister Tony Abbott protesting the Government’s current policy towards asylum seekers.
The end of 2013 saw a number of breakthroughs in negotiations at universities including Tasmania, RMIT, Charles Darwin, Murdoch and ANU.
Seventeen NTEU-endorsed Agreements have been finalised, with bargaining at a number of other sites progressing well. However, there are a significant number of universities where progress has stalled, forcing Branches to consider taking industrial action.