UNSW and union agree on a bargain

It’s the last day for UNSW staff to vote on the enterprise agreement jointly proposed by management and the campus branch of the National Tertiary Education Union. The union urges staff to vote for a deal which it says provides staff with an 8 per cent pay rise across the agreement and protects “existing workplace conditions” and offers “new workplace entitlements. The proposal is certainly in-line with comparable deals – the only significant concession the union appears to have made was agreeing to the university recruiting externally for 170 “education focused” academics (CMM September 12).


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