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These negotiations are much more collaborative than a collective agreement, as both sides have already worked together to identify undervaluation and problems to be resolved. Negotiations focus on problem-solving. Marcia Martin, a teacher at Tauranga Special School, welcomes the recognition of the hard work and contribution of teachers to children`s education. Chris Hipkins MP took advantage of a sunburn with Papaptoe North School assistant this morning to celebrate the youngest teacher help pay equity gain! Please carefully review this report to ensure that your assistants are in the right grade and in the pay scale. 3A.8.2 Notwithstanding section 3A.8.1 above, teachers are: who, on the occasion of the anniversary, have spent at least twelve months at the maximum level of the level B-C work matrix of level 5 up to level 6, unless the employer believes that the role of teaching assistant remains exclusively in class B of work matrix and has informed the assistant at least two months before the teacher`s deadline. Last week, the Minister of Education reaffirmed the need for non-union teachers to sign the last Individual Employment Agreement (IEA) by 18 September 2020. The completion of the IEA by these teachers ensures that they will receive the new pay equity rates in the November cycle and the additional payment as of February 12, 2020. This means that employees covered by these collective agreements who work in a night camp or school trip must be paid at minimum wage rates for these accommodation periods, whether they are in good standing or not. Assistance depends on the fact that the teacher assistant meets the performance standards for the role.

If a teaching assistant has not met the performance criteria for his or her role, he or she must be notified two months before the training deadline. If you miss the two-month registration period, the teaching assistant has the right to take the next step within his or her grade. More information will be available at the beginning of the 3rd semester on the ministry`s website, www.education.govt.nz/school/people-and-employment/pay-equity/teacher-aide-pay-equity-claim/ teachers voted for pay equity, and all support staff voted to change their collective agreement! Pay equity for teacher benefits includes salary increases, changes in the way skills are assessed, a new allowance, changes in the number of hours that may vary, and career development. Ally says the key to the team was to cancel and recognize the value of teachers. „We left first and foremost like a bunch of women with stanzas, but it has increased us, so we all walk around with a deep sense of empowerment.“ With the wage increases achieved during collective bargaining at the end of 2019, most teachers are now lining up for wage increases of 23 to 34 per cent in 2020 – an increase of NZ€4 (2.20 euros) – NZ 6.60 (3.80 euros) per hour. This recognizes the value of teachers` skills, responsibilities and experience that have been undervalued on the basis of gender. Schools are also funded to pay the premium rates. The teachers of the NZEI negotiation team Te Riu Roa are delighted with the proposed agreement.

In salary brackets, the increase in hourly rates is automatically made on the occasion of the 12th birthday of each assistant. Andrea Andrews, a teacher in Christchurch, says: „People who come into this profession – because that`s it – will do it because they know that what they contribute is appreciated. And it`s amazing. Click here to access the link on the registration form and contact teacheraide.payequity@education.govt.nz for more information. Following the ratification of the teaching assistant, NZEI Te Riu Roa reserved, between 20 July and 13 August, PUMs for teachers` aid under the pay equity scheme.