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Teacher EBA Update

Thanks to all teacher, principal, ESS and school psychologist members who took time filling out our EBA Survey to help shape the future working conditions in our schools and colleges.

Thanks to all teacher, principal, ESS and school psychologist members who took time filling out our EBA Survey to help shape the future working conditions in our schools and colleges. 

You informed us of the workplace conditions that need improving and a draft Log of Claims for the next Enterprise Bargaining Agreement has been drawn up. 

We have reached a critical point in the Log of Claims development ahead of government negotiations, whereby your feedback is crucial. 

AEU President David Genford presented live to sub-branch member meetings on Tuesday June 22. If your workplace wasn’t able to tune in for this meeting, you can still access a video presentation and other supporting materials. 

On the EB Campaign web page, you will find: 
– Draft Log of Claims Member Discussion Paper 
– A Log of Claims discussion poster to help promote your Log of Claims workplace meeting 
– A video to share at workplace meetings for those who can’t attend the Tuesday presentation 
– Member feedback form 
If you haven’t yet logged into the updated website, there are two ways in. 
Option 1 (fastest): Enter your mobile number as your username and use the code you receive via text message as your one-time passcode. 
Option 2: Enter your email address as your username, and your date of birth (dd/mm/yyyy) as your password. We recommend you change your password once logged in. 
Enter your email address as your username, and your date of birth (dd/mm/yyyy) as your password. We recommend you change your password once logged in.  

If you have any questions or require further information speak to your workplace Rep or contact or phone us on 62349500. 

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