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School aid staff, who are members of NZEI Te Riu Roa, will vote next week on a new offer of collective agreements from the Ministry of Education, which includes a new minimum wage of 21.15 $US per hour, the current minimum wage. Teachers voted for the comparison. Then, all facilitators will vote on whether the collective agreement should be amended. «I`m so proud of the way we all fought for this offer. We have written to MPs, campaigned in our schools, spoken to parents and attracted media attention. This tireless collective action was decisive,» she says. This is the First offer from the Ministry of Education since the expiry of the collective agreements of the coaching staff in July. At the same time as the pay equity process, our support staff were concluded in schools and the Kairahi i te Reo collective agreement. Your collective agreement defines the conditions of your work. Kemplen says that while members will be happy to get an offer of a collective voting agreement, it will not change the need for a teaching assistant to negotiate a compensation plan as quickly as possible to repair the broken system that has historically undervalued their work.
Support officers received their first offer on November 29, 2019 and voted on December 10, 2019 to ratify a settlement of their collective bargaining. Support officers voted to amend their collective agreement to ensure that educational assistance is a guarantee of pay equity. To learn more about the colony, click here. Click here to request LDP for the teaching assistant. School facilitators discussing a new collective agreement offer next week click here for billing details, a breakdown of our rate claims and frequently asked questions. Teacher assistants voted for pay equity, and all support staff voted to change their collective agreement! Pay equity for teacher benefits includes salary increases, changes in the way skills are assessed, a new allowance, changes in the number of hours that may vary, and career development. It is time for support workers to build their collective power to change their wages and working conditions. Sign up to make a difference and show your support. After a meeting with the ministry on November 29, members of the kairahi i Te Reo school support team and collective agreements received their first offer.
Members voted on December 10, 2019 to accept their collective agreement offer. The Kahanga Reo kaimahi bring incredible skills and experiences in an important Kaupapa for Tamariki Meori, but for now, many Kaimahi are not paid in a way that recognizes their value and maintains their mana. Sign up now for tautoko campaign. Supports include teachers, administrators, librarians, therapists and technicians. Education aids have achieved pay equity! It also includes a professional learning and development fund of USD 500,000 per year from 1 July 2020, an immediate work obligation on administration and kairahi, funding for cultural leave, an increase in the car allowance to align with teachers and headteachers, a revision of the allowance for overnight stays and a change in the allowance for dirty work in «Tiaki».