TAFE Monday MinuteNovember 30, 2020
On Friday, at the 11th hearing of our Enterprise Agreement Bargaining Dispute in Fair Work, TAFE NSW and the NSW Teachers Federation came to an agreement which would enable the TAFE Teachers and Related Employees Enterprise Agreement 2020 to be finalised.
Minister to face daily reminder that TAFE teachers are awaiting wage riseNovember 08, 2020
TAFE members will begin a sit-in at the front of NSW Skills Minister Geoffrey Lee’s Parramatta office from Monday (9 November).
Crucial cases in play for pay risesAugust 30, 2020
Federation has lodged a bargaining dispute with the Fair Work Commission regarding TAFE NSW’s refusal to honour the agreement reached with Federation about pay increases for teachers and related employees.
Win from ashes of TAFE EAMay 20, 2020
Despite the NSW Government walking away from the TAFE Enterprise Agreement in March, Federation has secured a commitment from TAFE NSW for certainty of ongoing employment for long-term temporary employees.
New schools’ Award approved by Industrial Relations CommissionMarch 19, 2020
The Industrial Relations Commission has handed down orders bringing the Crown Employees (Teachers in Schools and Related Employees) Salaries and Conditions Award 2020 into effect from 1 January, 2020.
Survey will guide salary bargainingDecember 12, 2019
Federation has been holding meetings with TAFE members to undertake a survey and discuss upcoming enterprise bargaining.
Teachers continue wage and conditions struggleNovember 14, 2019
Former General Secretary and President Max Taylor has compared the industrial struggles in TAFE today with problems of the past, noting the union has repeatedly staved off teaching-load increases
School Award negotiations and youOctober 01, 2019
Bargaining is about collective power and strength.
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