3.2.2 The following pay scale applies to all support staff, with the exception of those of the Executive Management Group and those who regularly perform the work described in the “Help-Assistance” table, whether or not they are qualified as teaching assistants: the amendments came into effect in December 2019 with the collective agreements. 3.5.4 The job description and/or written requirements may be updated by the employer after consultation with the worker (at the time of the annual assessment or on another date). Substantial changes to the job description and/or written requirements can only be made after consultation with the worker by the employer and after seeking to reach an agreement. 3.6.2 The employer determines the rank for each position taking into account the job description and/or other written requirements of the position in relation to the position element table in point 3.4. Boards of directors and boards of directors are required to plan their staff to ensure that they maintain benefits during this period. 3.3.3 Workers whose hourly rate or annual wage exceeds the maximum rate at the time of counting or during the duration of this collective agreement maintain this rate. 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. 3.2.1 This agreement sets minimum wages. MoE acknowledged that many schools may not have taken these costs into account in planning camps that took place prior to the closure of Level 4 of COVID-19. As a result, the MOE reimburses your school, as a transitional scheme, the payment fees of your assistance staff for the hours of accommodation in the camps visited from December 2019 to the end of semester 2 2020. From that date, each school will have to cover these costs when planning future camps and accommodation trips.

A minimum base rate of $21.15 per hour for all support staff and kairahi i te reo members who currently earn less than this rate. A school must complete a role verification process and notify affected employees within two months of their birthday when a teacher`s assistant retains the current role in The B-C Work Matrix Step 5 or moves to Stage 6. This is a calendar requirement 5 “Progress in Work Matrix Classes” below. 3.15.4 A worker who starts work during the year does not have access to an annual contract until early next year. Currently, support staff at the bottom four of the pay scale receive the minimum wage of 17.70 $US per hour and 90 percent of teachers are paid below the minimum wage, Kemplen says that while members will be happy to receive an offer of collective bargains to vote, it will not change the need for a teacher to fight as quickly as possible for pay equity to repair the broken system that has historically underestimated their work. Supports include teachers, administrators, librarians, therapists and technicians. The offer also corresponds to several of our other requests, including funding cultural leave for support staff participating in Te Matatini, an increase in car allowance, aligned with the rate payable to teachers and headteachers, the revision of the accommodation allowance to ensure that members receive their correct rights and the change of title of the Dirty Work Allowance to “Tiaki” allowance. ENDS An error occurred in the PUMS notification sent last week.