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The first in a series of 'Conversations pieces examining issues around industrial relations and broader economic questions. The first paper looks at the negative impact of removing the right to collectively bargain. Downloadable files Winding Back the Gains of Enterprise Bargaining Contact detailsChris Watt Assistant…
"Business and corporate support for schools and students is not a new concept in schools but one that needs careful management, consideration and parameters" said Independent Education Union Federal Secretary Lynne Rolley. "For years and years businesses and even individuals have supported schools through annual…
"The Independent Education Union welcomes the initiatives outlined by the Opposition Education spokesperson Stephen Smith in relation to vocational education" said IEUA Federal Secretary Lynne Rolley. "It is disappointing that this area, like many others in education, has been the subject of countless inquiries over…
"The IEU is disappointed at the current position adopted by the Parliamentary Labor Party in relation to the building industry watchdog" said Independent Education Union Federal Secretary Lynne Rolley.   "The Howard Government has given its watchdog excessive powers to monitor allegations of inappropriate behaviour…
An audit of the 13 government inquiries held into education over the past decade should be conducted to determine whether the federal Government has implemented their recommendations. Justine Ferrari, Education writerJune 01, 2007The Australian The Independent Education Union, representing 65 per cent of teachers in…