NTEU members who oppose VAAs are concerned that treaty change will not save jobs, but show management that workers are simple goals. They produced a video that advertises the “no” case. In an NTEU-Fightback-UWA leaflet, it was said: The Vice-Chancellor of the UWA and the national directorate of the NTEU “sold the modification of the enterprise agreement to avoid job cuts”, but the provisions of the EAV explicitly authorize “forced dismissals, the protection for casual cases being low and not applying, unless these casual players can demonstrate a “reasonable anticipation” of the work in progress which is almost impossible in practice.” The NTEU University of Western Australia (UWA) branch recently filed a formal dispute with the university`s management to reverse the deluge of systemic deterioration in wages and conditions of UWA casual staff. The dispute was launched on the basis of a “Student Working Conditions” campaign that combined the efforts of staff and students to improve teaching and learning standards by improving the employment conditions of casual workers. They say the proposed change adds up to a 10% pay cut of up to $247 per 14 days for some employees and a salary cut of up to $6420 per year for professional employees. On June 26, all staff will vote on the proposal to amend the UWA Academic, Professional and General Staff Agreement 2017, which covers payment and conditions. As a result of these measures, a wide range of evidence was collected and identified samples were submitted to management, along with a complaint filed on May 31, 2019. The dispute describes the type of academic staff neglecting the underpaid and expressly suggests that the university: Many UWA senior executive employees responsible for the design and implementation of the renewal plan have left their roles at the university. Professor Paul Johnson (Vice-Chancellor), Sandra Ventre (Director of Human Resources), Paula Langley (Director of Acting Director of Human Resources), Pranay Lodhiya (Director General of Corporate Services) and Michael Chaney (Chancellor) are all gone. Shortly after the NTEU filed the occasional wage dispute, it was announced that Vice-Chancellor Dawn Freshwater would continue to leave UWA next year to take the reins of the University of Auckland.
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