The University has announced a “memorandum of understanding” with Tata Consulting Services, an IT consulting multinational best known for stealing confidential health record information.
The case, launched against UNSW Discussions Page and USyd Love Letters Revived, was defeated in the District Court.
DoorDash is not required to pay its workers the minimum wage as they operate as ‘contractors’, instead paying them per delivery.
Panelists discussed the ongoing occupation of Palestine by Israel as one entrenched in colonialism built on the exploitation of Palestinians, and the journey to ‘Free Palestine!’
NTEU members voted in favour of a 48-hour strike in Week 10 after University management failed to meet core union demands on preserving research time, secure employment for casuals, and a real pay rise.
Student representatives wrangled over access for low SES students, police brutality, mental health provisions and a campaign against deadnaming amid the SRC’s famously colourful election season.
Both universities have been forced by the Fair Work Ombudsman to back pay staff more than $9 million in stolen wages.
Thousands of nurses picketed at hospitals in NSW for 24 hours yesterday as the staffing and pay crisis continues.
The event, featuring the former Liberal Prime Minister, was forced online after dozens of activists from the SRC Education Action Group occupied New Law Foyer.
Several students were tackled and arrested by police protecting the summit of Australian University executives, many of whom have engaged in wage theft and course cuts.