The NTEU’s third strike this month comes just after the University revealed its $1.04 billion surplus yesterday.
This week, hundreds of staff and students joined picket lines at the University as part of an industrial action by the NTEU.
The second day of strikes continued the University-wide shut down in support of staff and NTEU demands for fairer working conditions.
Hundreds of staff and students mobilised to fight for better working conditions in a strike organised by the NTEU.
NTEU servers were subject to a ransomware attack, a week out from University wide-strikes.
Individual staff members are under no legal obligation to inform an employer of an intention to strike, contrary to what Jagose’s email may suggest.
USyd staff are fighting the corporate university — students must support them and attend the strikes in week 11 and 13.
The strikes represent a step forward in the NTEU’s enterprise bargaining negotiations.
The vote relates to the Union’s log of claims for the 2021-22 Enterprise Bargaining period.
An EAG and NTEU forum held this afternoon discussed the need for staff-student solidarity.