Victoria University of Wellington

Branch Organiser

Nicki Wilford

04 801 4730 or 027 444 2893
nicki.wilford@teu.ac.nz

President

Frances Matheson

Architecture and Design Faculty Office
Phone 04 463 6212
Email frances.matheson@vuw.ac.nz

Regional Administrator

Dayna Kosega

04 801 4735
dayna.kosega@teu.ac.nz

Collective Employment Agreements

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  • TEU Victoria University Branch Newsletter – February 2014

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      TEU Victoria University Branch Newsletter – February 2014 Welcome back to another year of making Victoria University hum and delivering high quality education to all our students. We need to keep ...

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  • Victoria returns council seat to students

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    At this week’s Victoria University of Wellington council meeting members voted unanimously to return a seat to the students’ association, after a two-year absence from the council. President of the student ...

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  • Big increase to caretakers’ pay scale

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    Caretakers at Victoria University of Wellington are celebrating a new collective agreement that gives them an extra week of parental leave and a guarantee the university will not implement a ...

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  • TEU Victoria Branch Newsletter – August 2013

    Victoria University of Wellington VUW

    From the President Thanks to everyone who attended the stop work meetings last month over the government’s planned Employment Relations Amendment Bill and in particular to those members form VUW who ...

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  • Victoria caretakers ratify pay-rises

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    Caretakers at te Whare  Wānanga o te Ūpoko o te Ika a Māui (Victoria University of Wellington) are ratifying a new collective agreement today that will increase their pay by ...

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  • Metro ITPs take lobbyist to meet minister

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    Minister for Tertiary Education Skills and Employment, Steven Joyce, says he has attended a number of meetings with Metro ITP representatives at which someone from the private lobbying firm Saunders ...

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  • Victoria Uni caretakers negotiate for living wage

    Victoria University of Wellington

    Caretakers at Victoria University of Wellington are hoping to win a living wage in their current collective agreement negotiations.  The caretakers, some of whom belong to the Service and Food ...

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  • VUW tutors below the living wage

    Victoria University of Wellington

    Degree qualified tutors at Victoria University are earning less than the living wage. TEU’s Adam Craigie says these tutors, some of whom have masters degrees and are studying towards doctorates, have ...

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  • Living wage needed in tertiary education

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    Tertiary Update Vol 16 No 4 TEU is calling on tertiary education employers to back the Living Wage campaign, saying that too many employees working at tertiary institutions are on wages ...

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  • Walsh and Handley move on

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    Victoria University’s vice chancellor Professor Pat Walsh surprised a few Wellingtonians this week when he announced he would not be seeking a third term as vice-chancellor at the university. Chancellor Ian ...

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  • Victoria picks course with most Māori for biggest fee increases

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    Māori and Pacific Island students are being used by Victoria University of Wellington to justify its bid to increase fees, reports the Dominion Post. However Ivy Harper, Tumuaki of Te Mana ...

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  • Students lose seat at commission table

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    The Labour Party’s tertiary education spokesperson Grant Robertson says the government’s decision to strip student representation from the Board of the Tertiary Education Commission and to abolish the Learner Advisory ...

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  • Fee rises outpace inflation

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    Tertiary Update Vol 15 No 36 The current round of fee rises that university councils are announcing is another sign the government’s cuts to education are unsustainable says TEU’s University of ...

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  • Charter schools forums at Unis

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    New Zealand’s public universities are letting big business and overseas political lobbyists dupe them into endorsing bad education policy, says TEU national secretary Sharn Riggs. The universities of Victoria, Auckland and ...

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