Federal public service workers in Services Australia, incorporating Centrelink, went on strike for 24 hours in support of their claim for an improved pay offer. Jim McIlroy reports.
Enterprise Agreement (EB, EBA)
Fourteen members of the Electrical Trades Union, employed at EnerSys’ Thomastown, are now in the ninth week of a strike. Sue Bolton reports.
The National Tertiary Education Union at Monash University protested outside a meeting of the university’s Executive Council in support of their enterprise agreement. Brenna Dempsey reports.
A stop-work meeting by more than 250 National Tertiary Education Union members at RMIT decided to continue industrial action. Jordan AK reports.
The National Tertiary Education Union at the University of Melbourne has begun a week of industrial action, after more than a year of failed negotiations. Jacob Andrewartha reports.
The Monash University branch of the National Tertiary Education Union took their enterprise bargaining campaign to prospective students, after a year of very little progress. Brenna Dempsey reports.
More than 150 staff and students at the University of Melbourne supported a 24-hour strike over a management plan to fund a staff pay rise from their superannuation. Jordan AK reports.
National Tertiary Education Union members, students, families and community members joined a protest in the Wadawurrung/Ballarat CBD over an impasse in wages negotiations at Federation University. Jeremy Smith reports.
The United Professional Firefighters Union Western Australia is demanding that WA Labor negotiate, not dictate, on a new enterprise agreement. Alex Salmon reports.
NTEU members struck and rallied at James Cook Universities’ two larger campuses in Townsville and Cairns, joining the union’s nationwide campaign. Jonathan Strauss reports.
National Tertiary Education Union members at the University of Sydney voted to end industrial action. Jim McIlroy talks to NTEU members Markela Panegyres and Kevin Fine about what it means.
The Maritime Union of Australia welcomed the news that Danish tugboat company Svitzer had finally agreed to abandon its legal action to cancel the 2019 enterprise bargaining agreement of almost 600 tugboat workers. Jim McIlroy reports.
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