SCEA Teaching and Operational Staff Survey
This year we are again bargaining with the Swan Christian Education Association. Now more than ever staff need to be collectively involved in the campaign to secure improved salaries and conditions. The first step to being involved is having your say about what is to be bargained for.

All members should complete this survey and non-members are invited to join online by clicking on Join Now.

Please complete and submit your survey by Monday 31st July 2017

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ALL STAFF

How important to you are improvements in the following areas?
(Please choose your response: 1 - very important  5 - less important)

3% Salary increase each year





Clarify Carers Leave provisions in the Agreement





Improved Sick Leave provision to 13 days and introduce Infectious Disease Leave





Increase Bereavement Leave to 5 days





Introduce Family and Domestic Violence Leave clause





Increase Paid Partner Leave for males 2 weeks





Introduce Camp/Excursion/Expedition Allowance





Introduce Meal Allowance for work outside school hours





Introduce Delegate Training 2 days paid leave per annum





Improved Consultative Provisions





Introduce a protocol which outlines an agreed process for employees to meet with their Union at mutually convenient times and venues within the school





One Agreement to cover both Teachers and Operational staff





OPERATIONAL STAFF

How important to you are improvements in the following areas?
(Please choose your response: 1 - very important  5 - less important)

Salary Increases at the same percentage, at the same time as Teachers





Introduce Flexi-Time





TEACHERS

How important to you are improvements in the following areas?
(Please choose your response: 1 - very important  5 - less important)

Introduce ‘Hours of Work’ clause to limit non- teaching activities





Introduce both Senior Teacher and Promoted position Allowance concurrently





Class size maximums to match SSTU and introduce limits on Practical class sizes





Additional Comments
Bargaining Committee Nominations

As we enter into negotiations this year one key is to have a bargaining committee of our co-workers that will attend negotiations and represent us with the school.

A strong bargaining committee is representative of all worksites and job classifications. Bargaining committee members have to be members of the union and committed to the overall goals set by workers.

This agreement bargaining process gives all members an opportunity to nominate who they want to represent them on the bargaining committee. You can nominate yourself to be on the bargaining committee and you can nominate more than one person.

I am nominating: Please enter the following into the box below: Name, Department, and Title.