Casuals raise concerns about wage theft at the University of Sydney
The University of New South Wales is reviewing casual underpayments following pressure from the NTEU.
90% of participants performed unpaid work at the University of Sydney during Semester 2.
For casual staff, working while ill is not an anomaly but points to systemic exploitation in the university model.
Casual staff respond to management accusations of 'bullying'.
Student representatives and casual staff say they have not been consulted about the new proposal.
The ‘uberisation’ of universities was criticised for degrading education and the lives of staff.
The move comes amid union opposition.
The interim report showed that 84% of participants performed unpaid labour.