AEU Stop Work Meetings 27 & 28 November.

AEU members have been directed by their Branch Executive to attend a 45 minute, 9am stop work meeting on Tuesday, 27 November (North) and on Wednesday, 28 November (South).

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Work Bans

The following bans and limitations have been authorised consistent with the rules of the Union and apply to all AEU members employed under the Teaching Service (Tasmanian Public Sector) Award, the TasTAFE Teaching Award and Teaching Service (Tasmanian Public Sector) Award and the State Service Award.

STOP WORK RALLIES TOMORROW 3PM important info

HOBART VENUE CHANGE: Moving to Parliament Lawns. Due to the massive response, we’ve had to move the rally to a bigger location, Parliament Lawns! Facebook event here.  Stop Work action is happening tomorrow at 3pm. As an AEU member, your Executive has directed you to...

Statement RE: Education Minister Jeremy Rockliff’s media comments* on enterprise bargaining

“We were extremely puzzled by the Education Minister’s statements via the media today given that the last formal negotiating meeting with the Department of Education was on 22nd October and there was absolutely no movement from them on pay or workload. – Roz Madsen, AEU Tasmania Branch State Manager

Further stop work action as Government refuses to address educator workload and pay concerns

Further stop work action effecting schools, colleges and TAFEs has been called for late November in a bid to force the State Government to start negotiating in good faith and avoid the dispute dragging into Christmas and the start of the 2019 school year, the AEU said today.

Further stop work action as Government refuses to address educator workload and pay concerns

Further stop work action effecting schools, colleges and TAFEs has been called for late November in a bid to force the State Government to start negotiating in good faith and avoid the dispute dragging into Christmas and the start of the 2019 school year, the AEU said today.

Minister must provide certainty on school closures

Education Minister Jeremy Rockliff must provide certainty for parents and school communities and decide if schools will close early on Wednesday afternoon as educators take industrial action, the AEU said today.

AEU members flag potential school closures Wednesday 24th October

AEU members are today advising school communities of potential school closures as members will be...

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