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The earthquakes in Christchurch have left its university facing large bills for insurance and repair work.
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18/10/2012 1:38:52 p.m.
Anyone earning over $120,000 a year at the Uni? If so they need to take pay cuts. Why is it that all these changes usually involve axing hundreds of low to mid level staff when there is almost never staff or pay cuts for the high level managers and staff who more often than not do not earn the multi hundred thousand pay checks they get. Its amazing how a 10% reduction in senior management pay packets is usually enough to avoid having o fire any staff.
9/10/2012 7:10:52 p.m.
concerned cynic wrote:
TAL: You have a legitimate complaint, in that standard good practice internationally is to wind up a department over a few years, so as to allow students already in the pipeline to finish.
8/10/2012 2:34:08 a.m.
The article quickly skimmed over the Operations Research part of the Management Science major being completely shut down. Dismissing staff and offering students like myself nothing apart from a bill of the courses we have already completed for the major. Basically telling us that the only option would be to transfer away to complete the course under special circumstances. How can a world class university chuck a bunch of second year students away without offering them to complete their third year to finish their degree. Especially after all that we have been through to stick out for this university.
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