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Many casual workers were permanent in all but name, the union argued, and were afforded significantly inferior rights and conditions, despite working regularly for the same employer.
Learning to feel like a lawyer: law teachers, sessional teaching and emotional labour in legal education
This week, a new publication from members of the Smart Casual team has been published in the Griffith Law Review. A limited number of free downloads of the paper are available… 186 more words
This article began life as a presentation for Peer review and grant funding: From evidence to practice at Melbourne University, 17 November 2017. Thanks to… 1,671 more words
Guaranteed hours tutors and demonstrators update
In response to employment issues raised by the UCU Edinburgh Postgrad/Postdoc Network (UCUE PG/PD network), a meeting took place Friday, October 13th between representatives from senior University management, UCUE officers, representatives of the UCUE PG/PD Network, and representatives from the other campus trade unions. 223 more words