TAFE Teachers to Stop Work and Impose Work BansSeptember 19, 2022
TAFE teachers, frustrated by the failure of TAFE NSW to bargain in good faith around uncompetitive salaries, exploitation of casual employees and untenable workloads, will hold stop work meetings as part of protected industrial action and the first stop work in nearly 12 years.
‘YES’ vote to PABO will force Government to revise TAFE salaries and conditions offerSeptember 09, 2022
Congratulations to TAFE members for their overwhelming support of Federation’s campaign to protect salaries and working conditions and stop the casualisation of TAFE’s workforce.
TAFE teachers vote YES to Protected Industrial ActionSeptember 09, 2022
NSW TAFE teachers now join a growing list of State Government workers outraged by the Perrottet Government’s state wages cap of an insulting 2.53%.
TAFE teachers reject Perrottet's salary capSeptember 01, 2022
At a time of a national skills crisis the Perrottet Government should be investing in TAFE and its teachers. As a result, TAFE teachers have rejected the NSW Government’s insulting 2.53 per cent salary cap in an Enterprise Agreement Ballot whose results were revealed today.
Federation begins bargaining agreements for TAFE employeesJune 03, 2022
Returning TAFE to being the preeminent provider of vocational education and training is integral to this State’s future productivity and prosperity.
TAFE agreement sealed: let’s prepare for the nextOctober 29, 2021
While TAFE enterprise agreements came into effect this week, collectively we have plenty of work ahead of us to ensure our members, and their students, are part of the best public vocational education system possible.
TAFE teachers and related employees have voted to accept a new enterprise agreement, to expire in a year.September 03, 2021
Members are to be congratulated for defending their working conditions in this new EA, however members’ attention should now turn to the future.
TAFE members: Vote YES in enterprise agreement ballotAugust 25, 2021
Federation has defended all existing working conditions for TAFE teachers and related employees during negotiations for a new enterprise agreement.
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