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Spotlight on executive pay and bonuses  

Media reports and Senate Estimates testimony has examined the issue of executive pay at CSIRO, revealing details of generous salaries and performance bonuses; including the remuneration of Chief Executive Dr Larry Marshall. More here
 

Tracking the progress of enterprise bargaining  

As negotiations in enterprise bargaining continue to proceed rapidly, Staff Association Secretary Sam Popovski has a special message for members. Read the complete update here.
 

Thodey describes CSIRO as a work in progress  

“After 15 months in the job, it’s all settling down a bit. Larry Marshall is a good and enthusiastic scientist, and now he and the CSIRO scientists are getting to know each other better,” said CSIRO Chair David Thodey. Full interview here

International Women's Day report

Staff Association members celebrated International Women’s Day (IWD) in a range of events across the country. IWD at CSIRO received support from a range of organisations and Chief Executive Larry Marshall marked the event with a video message to all staff. Report and photos here.

Scholarship applications now open   

Applications for our scholarships in 2017 are now open. The Staff Association awards up to $9,000 in scholarships each year. These include the John Little Scholarship, and the Women in Science and Community Citizenship scholarships. More information and application forms here

Why we should March for Science

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 United States and many countries, including Australia. So how did it come about? Background info here.   
 
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