On Thursday 17 October, all CSIRO staff will get the opportunity to cast a vote to support a new enforceable enterprise agreement.
Don’t risk a determination
Vote No. Support bargaining for new agreement. It’s the only way to protect future pay rises and working conditions at CSIRO.
A ‘determination’ is not enforceable and could be retracted at anytime by Larry Marshall and the CSIRO Executive.
Staff Association representatives are committed to securing pay and conditions through bargaining.
Science meets Parliament brings researchers, politicians and policymakers together in the national capital and provides a unique experience for scientists to observe the practical workings of federal politics.
We’re calling members for expressions of interest to form part of the Staff Association’s delegation to Science meets Parliament; to be held in Canberra on 26 and 27 November 2019.
Successful applicants will receive event registration, return airfare to Canberra plus accommodation and relevant travel expenses.
With CSIRO bargaining discussions due to commence soon, the Staff Association has produced printed materials that sum up the key developments and issues so far.
Five things you need to know about CSIRO enterprise bargaining