James Cook U off-course on cuts says Union

The National Tertiary Education has responded to the cuts to courses and positions announced by James Cook University management. ““It is good that we were able to force management to undertake further consultation, but the decision to proceed with so many redundancies in the face of overwhelming feedback from staff and students is the wrong move,” NTEU Queensland Secretary, Michael McNally says. “This is not the way to fix their financial problems – staff account for less than 53% of expenditure, which is very low.”


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