A range of policies, agreements and guidelines cover all work-related issues at UWA, including appointments, remuneration, leave, conditions, promotion and organisational change.
Collective Workplace Agreements
The majority of employment conditions at the University are currently regulated by Collective Workplace Agreements (CAs). These agreements are negotiated between the University, employees and the relevant Unions through Enterprise Bargaining.
There are four CAs in operation at the University:
Please note the Academic and Professional Agreement web pages are being updated. PDF and Word copies of the agreements can be found here.
- Workforce planning
- Enabling work areas at UWA to create a framework to strengthen and prepare for the future.
- Policies and guidelines for the appointment of academic, professional and general, casual staff and contractors.
- Titles and roles
- Policies, procedures and guidelines covering academic titles and the roles and responsibilities of senior academics.
- Remuneration and benefits
- A summary of various allowances and loadings which may be available.
- Organisational change, redundancy and redeployment
- Policies and programs to support managers and staff at time of changes in the workplace.
- Job redesign/reclassification
- Information on what happens when organisational or other changes impact on particular professional and general staff positions.
- Development, appraisal and recognition
- How UWA encourages staff to develop their careers through a range of programs as well providing opportunities for study and other leave.
- Management of staff
- Guidelines for managerial supervision of academic and professional and general staff.
- Conduct in the workplace
- Maintaining a direct relationship between conduct expected of our people and the explicit core values of the institution.
- Equity and diversity
- Promoting and supporting UWA's aspirations to provide an equitable and inclusive environment for all staff, students, and the broader community.
- Hours of work for professional and general staff and guidelines on academic workload.
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