The Student Centre administration assistants have been informed that their contracts will not be extended beyond March 31st as the Centre advertises 50 new positions on their jobs portal.
Students and staff rally against the systemic wage theft perpetrated by University management, with a focus on the plight of casual staff.
Key demands include an end to casualisation and pay increases above inflation.
The alleged wage theft affected casual academics.
The NTEU’s history can provide us with a guide for future industrial action.
The protest follows mounting rebukes of managements’ treatment of casual staff, including investigations into wage theft across 21 universities.
In an administrative oversight, at least one staff member was sent the email despite having already been offered a conversion.
Casualised labour forces depend on sporadic and non-guaranteed work, behind which lurks an ever present body of unemployed labourers willing…
Speaking with staff about how casualisation is a feminist issue.