Industrial action averted at Victoria

Published: Wed 24 Nov 1999 04:27 PM
MEDIA RELEASE 24 November 1999
Communications Unit Ph: 463-5108; Fax: 495 5210
Industrial action averted at Victoria
Further industrial action has been averted at Victoria University after staff and management agreed to resume contract negotiations today.
Deputy Vice-Chancellor Roy Sharp said the resumption of talks meant that there would be no disruption to graduation ceremonies or the release of student grades. “Graduation will proceed as normal and I anticipate a rapid release of provisional course grades,” he said.
“I am extremely pleased that we have been able to avoid any inconvenience to students.”
Issued by the Communications Unit of Victoria University of Wellington.
For further information please contact Catherine Etheredge, mob 025 468 817, ph 04 463 5108.

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