Connect Magazine

March 2017
  • The fight for workplace justice
  • How to train your research student
  • Improving job security through bargaining
  • Domestic Violence Leave for all staff
  • Casualisation and A&TSI sta ff
  • 10 years connecting casuals
  • It’s time for a Fair Go for precariously employed staff
  • Why I Stand with Casuals
  • Sociology Academics stand with casuals
  • Cumulating cuts & casualisation undermining academia discipline by discipline
  • Union power & democracy in an age of casualisation
  • Unsettled lives? Academic precarity, gender & personal life
  • How to improve conditions for young workers
  • Scholarly Teaching Fellows: The experience so far
  • NZ #lovehumanities day a big success
  • The Trump resistance
  • Exploitation of zero hour contracts

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Published: 23 Mar, 2017

Year: 2017

Volume: 10

Issue: 1

ISSN: 1836-8522

August 2016
  • Casualisation is undermining the academic profession
  • Update from new CAPA President
  • Use UniSA Freedom Fund to free Sessional Sta 
WA leads early bargaining
  • SuperCasuals Updates
  • Turnbull has no mandate for his higher education plans
  • Anatomy of a SuperCasuals campaign: Hands Up for Secure Work
  • Why we got involved in the Hands Up for Secure Work Campaign
  • The real trickle down e ect: Anxiety transmission in today’s universities
  • It’s time for a Fair Go for precariously employed sta
  • Bluestocking Casuals
  • STF success at Sydney
  • Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander university sta : Danger in casual jobs
  • How to improve conditions for the academic precariat

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Published: 29 Aug, 2016

Year: 2016

Volume: 9

Issue: 2

ISSN: 1836-8522

March 2016
  • Casualisation on the increase in academia
  • Workforce of the Future report: Uni management to intensify insecure work
  • State of the Uni survey: Life at the coal face
  • SuperCasuals in court Postgrad membership
  • Vic Labour Hire & Insecure Work Inquiry: Telling our stories
  • NTEU seeking better award safety net
  • Challenging the rise of academic precarious work
  • The Rising Tide of insecure employment
  • #IStandWithCasuals
  • Growing up and leaving home
  • STFs: Delivering academic job security
  • Students are not customers
  • Precarious Work: Impacts & responses
  • German law a step forward on insecure research work

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Published: 30 Mar, 2016

Year: 2016

Volume: 9

Issue: 1

ISSN: 18368530

Connect is NTEU’s magazine for casual and sessional academics, published twice a year by NTEU and CAPA. It contains news and features of interest to NTEU members. It is sent to all NTEU casual academic members. www.nteu.org.au/library/connect