Are you a SuperCasual?

Do you have the powers to live off nothing for weeks on end? What about fitting 10 hours of marking into 2? Can you disappear (conveniently at the end of each university semester/trimester) and still be exceptional, committed and professional? If the answer is yes then you are a SuperCasual.

It's time to combat the gross exploitation of casual academic staff at Victorian Universities! We believe passionately that the time has come for SuperCasuals to be treated with the dignity and respect that their work demands. Our aim is to win better working conditions for all casuals; which is exactly what we are doing.

If you want to join a current SuperCasuals campaign or if you would like to run a SuperCasuals campaign at your campus then we encourage you to contact the team at supercasuals@nteu.org.au.


  • DEAKIN CASUAL STAFF SECURE WORK CAMPAIGN AND SMART CASUALS HANDBOOK LAUNCH

    Are you a casual academic or casual professional staff member more committed to your work than Deakin is to you? Would you like to know more about your rights? Do you want to join to build secure work campaign to improve conversion to secure work rights?   If yes, join us for the Secure Work Campaign and Smart Casuals Handbook launch. NTEU fully supports casual employees and is campaigning tirelessly to win and enforce conversion rights. Together we are stronger and we can win!. You don’t have to be an NTEU member to come along, everyone’s welcome!. The event will be a great opportunity to meet other casual staff aswell. Refreshments followed by drinks will be served. Please RSVP for catering purposes here.   When: 3pm on 29th of March Where: Burwood Corporate center, Bld. BCC, Deakin University Burwood Campus  COMMITTED. TALENTED. EXPLOITED.Not a member yet? Join at www.nteu.org.au/join
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    Changes to casual membership fees

    At the National Council meeting in Dec 2017, it was decided to increase casual staff membership fees after 21 years. The fee increase will come into effect from 19 March 2018 and it’ll be significantly lower compared to ongoing or fixed term staff members.    
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