Wage Theft Survey

UTAS – Academic Wage Theft and Professional Time Theft

That's right, it's time for another survey!


Academic Wage Theft

UTAS is now onto stage two of its investigation into wage theft which includes ‘academic working arrangements’. We are concerned that this will not pick up all the forms of casual academic wage theft. We want to know how casual marking is paid in your School. If you are a Unit Coordinator or perform casual making, please take our survey HERE.

Professional Time Theft

At bargaining, we listened to your concerns about how difficult it was to take TOIL and made some changes to your collective Agreement. These changes should make it easier to take your TOIL. Have these changes worked! Tell us your experience by filling in the survey HERE.

Please forward the survey to your colleagues. Can you please complete the survey by Friday 10 November.

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