Enterprise Bargaining Agreement Adelaide Uni

Jacqui Stockley Business Manager, Adelaide Business School P: +61 (8) 831 39277 E: jacqueline.stockley@adelaide.edu.au The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) has sent its members an email informing that the next approval meeting of the new agreement will take place on 3 October. General Secretary Grahame McCulloch will visit Adelaide in Melbourne to discuss the new agreement with union members. If the employee chooses Option 2 – Reinstatement, he or she must inform his or her supervisor in writing, who then informs the human resources department of redeployment@adelaide.edu.au. The human resources department provides staff with a link to the online redeployment register so that the employee can officially register their data. Earlier this month, employees of the University of Sydney, Western University of Sydney, went on strike over pay and working conditions. During his studies in Western Australia, the Fair Work Commission terminated the Murdoch University Company Agreement. Vice-Chancellor Pasquale Quester today sent an email to staff informing members that an agreement “in principle” had been reached. The EPI recommends voting “YES”. On Christmas Eve, final negotiations on the new company contract for technical and administrative staff were concluded. It is time for the draft agreement to be put to the vote.

Important successes for contract members: salaries and allowances To determine the best option for public transport, you can access the “Plan my trip” option on the Adelaide Metro website under www.adelaidemetro.com.au. The new agreement also contains clearer provisions on part-time working days, representation rights and membership of associations and training of workers. TIMING FOR VOTING Members can expect ballots to be sent to them on weekdays starting Monday, February 11, 2019. Ballots must be returned by Friday, March 1, 2019. On weekdays, from 9.m to 5 p.m. .m. (except holidays) Our counters are currently closed, but we are available during these hours for phone calls and emails. Read more: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information With the help of Arts South Australia, the Adelaide Trust Festival Centre and host companies, the implementation of this recommendation is ongoing.

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