The National Tertiary Education Union members’ vote came after the University made an updated offer to staff this week.
This development comes after a student who participated in online strike action was threatened with disciplinary action by the University last month.
Key demands include an end to casualisation and pay increases above inflation.
USyd NTEU members voted to continue industrial action with 24 hour strike action on 17 August.
Eligible staff will receive a 2.1 per cent pay rise and one-off $1000 payment.
The NTEU's history can provide us with a guide for future industrial action.
All other classes will return in-person next year. Meanwhile, the NTEU will vote to move towards industrial action.
Management is yet to accept the union’s calls for this allowance to be offered annually.
Management’s proposals continue UTS’ track record of austerity measures.
Speaking with staff about how casualisation is a feminist issue.