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The University conducts a number of UTS Staff Forums each year on both the City and Kuring-gai campuses. These forums allow the University to share information that may be of interest to staff and provide an opportunity for staff to ask questions regarding the topics covered or other matters relevant to the University.
Staff Members are appointed or elected to a number of University committees. Further information on these committees and their memberships is available from the website for the Governance and Support Unit
Policy Reference Groups were introduced by the Academic Staff Agreement 2006 and the Support Staff Agreement 2006. These groups support effective development and review of Human Resources Policies, procedures and guidelines.
The composition of the HR Policy Reference Groups is:
- Academic Staff Group – two academic staff representatives and two academic staff nominated by the NTEU.
- Support Staff Group – four support staff representatives, two support staff nominated by the CPSU and two support staff nominated by the NTEU.
Current membership of the groups (PDF 15kb)
Further information about the Human Resources Policy Reference Groups is contained in clause 13 of the relevant collective agreement for academic and support staff.