UTAS staff collectively voted in support of the new agreement commencing from February 6.
The Chinese government’s recent snap ban decision on people studying at foreign universities online has pressured students overseas to return to Australia and continue their studies in-person.
"It's time to return to the negotiating table so we can reach an agreement that gives staff the fair pay rise they deserve while protecting against casualisation.”
Despite a recent multimillion dollar redevelopment of the hospital, the University is cutting its ties to U-Vet Werribee.
The ballot saw 89% of Academic staff and 75% of Professional staff vote against the agreement, after the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) and the University of Newcastle Casuals Collective heavily lobbied against the proposed agreement.
This is the biggest law exam scandal since 2013.
If inflation remains at 7.8 per cent by 1 June next year, the average student debt will increase by $1847.
The University seemingly set out to investigate casuals’ wage theft without a specific plan to speak with casuals. The University has since disputed this claim.
Office-bearers will receive more information and training in handover, and the organisation has created a new committee to approve purchases between $400 and $1000.
This development comes after a student who participated in online strike action was threatened with disciplinary action by the University last month.