General staff (also known as allied staff, or professional staff) in tertiary education institutions are tertiary education professionals with vast expertise and experience in a wide range of specialised roles.
Quality teaching, learning and research in New Zealand tertiary education institutions (TEIs) would not be possible without general staff, and the work we do in partnership with our academic colleagues. We are an essential part of the union and the tertiary education institutional community.
Useful links on TEU’s general staff work
- The general staff manifesto “Our Voice”
- TEU Policy on job evaluation
- LIANZA professional registration scheme policy
- LIANZA remuneration survey of librarians 2009
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Allied staff who work at Auckland University of Technology are about to vote on a new collective agreement that moves them closer to a living wage. AUT has agreed to delete ...Read more
Over a hundred people are petitioning NorthTec to settle an allied staff collective agreement that is fair to all current and future staff regardless of which union they belong to. TEU is negotiating ...Read more
Eight University of Canterbury cleaners joined TEU in the last week after the union negotiating pay rises of more than 8 percent over three years. Nanette Cormack, who led TEU’s negotiating ...Read more
Tertiary Update Vol 18 No 36 The University of Auckland’s vice-chancellor, Stuart McCutcheon, has sent his negotiating team back into negotiations after a Fair Pay rally last week marched to his ...Read more
The Otago Daily Times reports that Otago University is considering wide-reaching general staff job cuts. The university has published documents claiming it is 19 percent ”more administratively resourced than the benchmark” ...Read more