In addition to considering the Premier’s surprise last-minute pay offer to all public sector workers (see top story), Branch Council has been tasked with working on a DOE teacher counteroffer at its meeting today (Friday, 14 June).
Progress has been very slow with the TAFE Teachers EB as it has been with the Support Staff Agreement (affecting our Support Staff members in TasTAFE) and the government continues to drag its heels on both.
Thanks to the great work of AEU member leaders, the State Government has now allocated $3 million over four years to provide an additional 9.3 full-time equivalent laboratory technician staffing allocations, in secondary schools (including extension schools) and colleges.
Nanna has exciting news on the proposed Teachers Agreement. Spread the word! Check your email for upcoming meetings and more information - the campaign page of the AEU Tasmania website is also up to date with lots of information and materials. ... See MoreSee Less
Yes, a little appreciation and recognition would go a long way. The general population are too eager to criticize and undermine without any real understanding of the ever increasing complexities of the job we do.