VU union leaders claim management is targeting them for redundancy

Union officials at Victoria University fear management is targeting them for redundancy, with National Tertiary Education Union branch president Paul Adams, secretary David Garland and vice president (professional) Stuart Martin “targeted in the redundancy process.”

“This is three of the four officers of the local branch and cannot be a coincidence,” the union states.

Management is seeking to weaken, if not attempt to cripple the union before starting enterprise bargaining, by removing its leadership,” the NTEU tells members.

The university is yet to respond to a Wednesday morning request for comment.


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