Utas Employment Agreement

The university has taken all measures to ensure that the information contained in these pages is correct, but please note that changes may occur. For the most up-to-date information, call 0800 61 62 63 or visit www.auckland.ac.nz/utas. The package also includes support for flexible rules for employees who wish to change their group for employment, the possibility of voluntary staff contributions, 65 of which have already contributed $350,000, and the prioritisation of voluntary measures such as early retirement or voluntary redundancies. Professor Black said the university had reached an agreement in principle on the package with the national and national leadership of the National Tertiary Education Union and the Community and Public Sector Union, but staff have not yet voted on the package. With regard to casual employees, Professor Black stated that all employees who had relations with the university had priority for employment The conditions of employment at the UTS are established by different laws, collective agreements, customary law and university police, practice and statutes. If employees agree to maintain salaries at all levels of the organization, resulting in a 2% wage increase that is not passed on under the current personnel agreement, about fifty jobs are expected to be saved. The industrial conditions for the employment of UTS staff are mandatory in: “They gave us, regardless of our number of students, our full Commonwealth scholarship which created real security for us,” he said. But Professor Black said the government has done a good job of supporting the university. “We are a net positive right now [for national students], because, as is often the case in difficult times, people are going back to education to get the skills they need.” “Our total turnover in one year is normally just over 600 million $US,” Professor Black said. “People`s livelihoods are under threat – academics, guardians, administrators, librarians, catering staff, ground staff, cleaning staff and many more – all with families trying to make ends meet.” An independent national committee will oversee all job exits over the next 12 months. “The international student challenge is the one we designated long before the coronavirus as a challenge that we had to adapt to ensure we have a sustainable university,” Professor Black said.

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