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University Of Canberra Enterprise Agreement 2018

The agreement applies to all registered nurses and midwives, nurses and nurses registered in the public service act. The agreement applies to all physicians employed by the Health Directorate and Calvary Public Health Care ACT Inc. (this is not the case for visiting medical officers). But final decisions on which positions will be replaced are still being worked out, the university confirmed, while work on its human resources planning strategy continues. According to the SAQ`s world ranking, the university also registered 106 fewer students in 2018 than last year and nearly 5,000 fewer than it had hoped for under its 2013-17 strategic plan. Employees were informed in May that this had cost the University about $120 million in revenue. ACT Public Service Administration and Related Classifications Enterprise Agreement 2018-2021 You can find a copy of the agreement here: ACTPS Nursing and Midwifery Enterprise Agreement 2017-2019 The University of Canberra has spent more than $7 million to pay employees to resign, as they reconcile their budget with millions lost by the federal government`s freeze on academic funding. The university currently delivers about thirty positions and will begin recruiting up to 40 academic positions at the end of the month. Bahl said the institution last month postponed negotiations between the companies and the union for a new personnel agreement because it „still resists personnel initiatives.“ The program, which cost nearly $138,000, had received more than 200 expressions of interest since its announcement in February and distributed about US$7.4 million in separation packages. The university balanced the cost of the program in 2018, the spokesman said, and it was expected that savings of about $12.8 million would be realized as early as next year. Vice Chancellor Brian Schmidt told Fairfax that while the effects of the freeze are being strongly felt by the university, he is not yet considering the prospect of downsizing as the ANU wants to increase its philanthropic funding. The first salary increase must be reimbursed in the first full salary period on or after October 1, 2017, while the second is reimbursed in the first full payment period on or after June 1, 2018.

The full pay offer is as follows: Union ACT department secretary Rachel Bahl said she had already warned the university in February about a number of issues she was now hearing from employees, including concerns about workloads and people taking on larger tasks without a pay raise. . . .

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