Our enterprise agreements establish advisory committees in which elected staff representatives work with executives on the terms and conditions of employment of staff, including the ongoing implementation of enterprise agreements. The conditions of employment at the UTS are determined by various laws, collective agreements, common law and university police, practice and statutes. Academic Staff Corporate Convention Summary of Changes Professional Employees Enterprise Agreement Summary of Changes Learn more about approved enterprise agreements and summaries of key changes compared to previous agreements. Banking, Finance and Insurance Award 2010 [MA000019] (XLSX) Building and Construction General On-site Award 2010 [MA000020] (XLSX) Higher Education Industry – Academic Staff – Award 2010 [MA000006] [XLSX) Horse and Greyhound Training Award 2010 [MA000008] (XLSX) “Regardless of that, how to choose, Thank you for your collegiality and support. I will let you know when we have a decision from the Fair Work Commission. “Thank you for taking the time to address this issue. Electrical, Electronic and Communications Contracting Award 2010 [MA000025] (XLSX) . To facilitate analysis, tables have been created to show the relevant mapping documents for each modern distinction. A guide has been developed to support reading and understanding of tables and mapping documents, including the color encoding system used. More detailed information on the procedure for comparing modern price coverage with 4-digit industry descriptions and the use and restrictions of mapping documents can be found in the Fair Work Australia Research Report 2/2012 – Analyzer award modern coverage using the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification 2006: Phase 1 report (PDF). . .

. Food, Beverage and Tobacco Manufacturing Award 2010 [MA000073] (XLSX) Clerks – Private Sector Award 2010 [MA0000002] (XLSX) . “The proposed amendment to the Enterprise Agreement (EAV) is now notified to the Fair Work Commission for review and we expect a response in a few weeks from the filing date. If approved, the university would then be able to implement the EAV. Leave and wage reduction measures are expected to begin at the end of September. . The industrial conditions of EMPLOYMENT for UTS employees are mandatory in Textile, Clothing, Footwear and Associated Industries Award 2010 [MA000017] (XLSX) This commitment demonstrates fair and effective procedures for performance management and verification. This strengthens your ability to contribute to the university`s goals and provides opportunities for personal recognition, development and job satisfaction. Hydrocarbons Field Geologists Award 2010 [MA000064] (XLSX) .

In addition to the methodology described in the Fair Work Australia Research Report 2/2012 – Analysis of modern price coverage with the Australian Industrial Classification and New Zealand Standard 2006: Phase 1 Report (PDF) Fair Work Australia (now Fair Work Commission) have produced mapping documents, Compare modern price coverage with industry descriptions in the Australian and New Zealand Industrial Classification (ANZSIC). For more information on advisory committees, please contact: Ruth Hartmann, Employee Relations Advisor, Human Resources Services “I know that for many of you, this decision has been difficult. I will continue to speak often and openly about our evolving financial situation and the implementation of the employment protection framework. Ambulance and Patient Transport Industry Award 2010 [MA000098] (XLSX) . . Health Professionals and Support Services Award 2010 [MA000027] (XLSX) . . .

The EAV is expected to help meet the financial challenge of an overall reduction of $225 million in university revenues in 2020 and 2021. The Change Enterprise Agreement (EAV) includes a set of temporary measures, including: retail, see General Retail Industry Award 2010 [MA000004] (XLSX) A wide range of savings measures already in place has left an expected budget loss of $60 million in 2021, necessiting further savings of 400 jobs in UCE.