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CSIRO Executive finally table pay offer 

Enterprise bargaining negotiations continue however management’s pay offer - effectively less than 1 per cent per annum given the three year delay – will leave CSIRO staff behind comparative salary levels across the research industry. More here.

Sinodinos signals support for CSIRO   

Staff Association representatives recently met with the Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, Senator Arthur Sinodinos. The meeting occurred the week following the release of the Government’s National Science Statement. Full coverage here

On the road in New South Wales  

The newest addition to the Staff Association organising team – Lachlan McSpedden – recently completed a whirlwind tour of CSIRO sites in region New South Wales. The diverse mix of people, research and communities left a big impression. Read on

Use your head and stay protected

All CSIRO employees deserve a healthy and safe workplace. However did you know that you are not covered by workers’ compensation during travel to and from the workplace? Unless you are a Staff Association member, that is. More here

March for Science
22 April    

March for Science is a worldwide series of rallies and events scheduled for 22 April 2017.Coinciding with Earth Day, March for Science rallies are set to take place across the US and many countries, including Australia. Find out more on how to participate here

CSIRO on display in Canberra

Science meets Parliament recently showcased Australian research on the national stage while Staff Association representatives held talks with a range of parliamentarians to highlight the challenges facing CSIRO. Full report here.    
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