Deal not yet done at QUT

Last week QUT management tabled a pay-offer which the campus branch of the National Tertiary Education Union criticised, but did not scoff at. However other issues were outstanding, including job security, targets for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment, change management and discipline procedures. A week on the union reports there is still no enterprise bargaining deal on span of hours for some staff, fixed-term conversion, change management and back pay. There is a member stop-work today, to discuss strategy and “show the strength of our solidarity.”


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