Enterprise agreements are written agreements under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth). They contain employment policy terms negotiated as part of the business bargaining process and apply to certain categories of workers. Negotiations on enterprise agreements within the NTPS take place between the Commissioner of Public Employment, NTPS agencies and employee representatives, usually trade unions. “Wage costs are the CDU`s most important position and wage increases are promised as part of the agreement between industrial companies and the institution`s unions.” Read the PDF “Working with Unions” manual (277.5 KB). For more information on how enterprise agreements are negotiated, see the Fair Labour Commission website: The following enterprise agreements apply to NTPS employees: Professor Maddocks said the educational institution faced an unprecedented financial challenge. PDF Teachers (1.4 MB)PDF Support Teachers (1.4 MB)Prison Teachers PDF (1.4 MB) Pdf Medical Officers (3.7 MB) PDF Dentists (2.9 MB) Nurses and Midwives PDF (1.3 MB) Aboriginal Health Practitioners PDF (2.5 MB) “In addition, we are told: That we are losing about 100 more people. How many employees do we lose? The management has to be clean and tell us. Frances Bay Marine Facility Port Service-Arbeiter PDF (2.3 MB) After weeks of speculation about restructuring and job losses at Charles Darwin University (CDU), Vice-Chancellor Simon Maddocks has finally presented a figure that shows just how significant job cuts could be. “Of course, the cost of education and training has continued to rise, although our income is limited,” he said. “I have people crying in my office about the potential to lose jobs.
Some people know they will lose their jobs, others do not. The stress is terrible,” he said. Professor Maddocks said this was one of the main reasons the university shifted its focus to increasing its number of international students. “At the end of the day, it means that there are fewer students enrolled each year, and that`s the current environment we`re facing.” I can`t walk on every campus without being arrested and telling horror stories about how people feel. How they feel threatened. Darius Pfitzner, head of the National Tertiary Education Union NT, said he had consoled employees who were not sure they would get a job by the end of the year. PDF Administrators (2.4 MB) Technical Staff PDF (2.4 MB) Pdf Professionals (2.4 MB) Physical Staff PDF (2.4 MB) SCHOOL Administrators PDF (2.4 MB) “CDU employees are coming to the end of their ante.” Eva Lawler, NT`s current education minister, also referred to the federal government`s “reductions” in higher education funding and said the measure had hit regional universities such as the CDU hardest. “We have reached the position for the first time where our operating cash position has been in deficit, and this is not a long-term sustainable position,” he said.
“In 2018, despite a sharp increase in spending, higher education had a net surplus of $1.1 million.” “The university has sheded down and there are no vacancies, and there are a whole series of positions in each section.” Based on my current assessment, it will be closer to 100 positions,” he said. We cannot develop our student profile, and for a young university like the CDU, which must continue to grow to be sustainable for the future, it was a real challenge. “Starting in 2020, universities will be able to increase their funding in line with population growth if they meet certain performance requirements. The CDU`s higher education companies have run a surplus over the past decade,” he said.