Ppta Collective Agreement 2015

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The Post Primary Teachers Association today submitted its application for a collective agreement for school teachers to the Ministry of Education. A national NZCER 2018 survey on secondary education showed that two-thirds of principals work more than 60 hours a week and more than 40% work more than 66 hours. The results also showed that stress levels have increased since 2015 and morale is decreasing. Scott Haines, President of the SPANZ Union, said: “In addition, significant and well-deserved increases in key and assistant salary rates resulting from the regulation of the secondary teachers` collective agreement and the resulting problems of relativity. Both parties had made concessions, but the result showed the importance of collective bargaining, particularly when it came to the teaching profession. A 2015 collective agreement increased the salaries of state teachers, but the Post-Primary Teachers Association (PPTA) said inflation adjustment issues hampered their efforts to “catch up and catch up” with salaries in the wake of the national shortage of teachers, particularly in science and mathematics. PPTA President Jack Boyle said a ministerial task force had “taken a little heat” from historic collective bargaining, but contract negotiations in 2014 and 2015 had been hampered by the question of whether the consumer price index was a good measure for wages. Ms. Roberts said the high school teachers` collective agreement expires at the end of June. Your collective agreement guarantees you your salary and conditions. The 2015 collective agreement gradually increased the base salary of high school teachers with bachelor`s degrees and teaching degrees to $50,268 this year, to $51,200 as of September 4.

New qualified primary teachers earn $47,980 as part of their collective agreement. The terms of employment for which THE PPTA members fought are defined in our collective agreements. High school principals will vote next week on union actions after they have not resolved negotiations with the government over their collective agreement. “Right now, if you have a Level 7 qualification, you can go into law, you can go into accounting, you can go to medicine, or you can go to education.” However, the Department of Education disputed the data used by the OECD and the impact in its document. She said the international organization had agreed to review its data. The ministry provided teacher salaries that showed that the salaries of new teachers increased by about 3 percent between 2010 and 2014. Inflation was about 12% during this period. Members of the high school teachers` union have approved plans to boycott appointments to the new teacher registration board, the Education Council. Those in this sector stated that the government`s objective of “increasing the status of the teaching profession” was not a director, as the perception of teaching as a “lifestyle” career was contrary to the increasing workload and low wage growth. “The global financial crisis has had many people take up teaching because they are considered a safe job. If you have a booming economy, people will quit their jobs to work in the economy.

None of the department`s requests to reduce conditions were accepted. “We want to catch up, just over 4%, and just over one per cent for the rest of this year.” “I tell them, `It`s busy,` and the ability to hold on hard (stay determined) is really high. “In recent years, teachers have received a real pay cut because we have had few pay increases, but we have not been able to keep up with inflation.