Technical experts at Alcatel-Lucent Australia will walk off the job for 24 hours on Christmas Day, an action which could see delays in the connection of thousands telephone calls to overseas families and friends on Christmas Day.
As an organisation run by and for members our high level of member engagement has always been a great strength. Professionals Australia, like every member organisation, depends on the commitment of its members to help with its governance responsibilities.
The latest OECD data show that just over 30 per cent of tertiary qualifications were awarded to women in STEM fields in OECD countries.
Professionals Australia says Australian engineering jobs are at risk as a result of the China – Australia Free Trade Agreement.
Engineering members of Professionals Australia (APESMA) who are also members (free of charge) of Professionals Australia (APESMA’s) state registered counterpart union, APEA are entitled to nominate for an APEA office.
Technology and science experts at the Department of Defence are likely to be heavily impacted by the agency’s latest round of job cuts, a technical union has warned, with 6000 upper and middle management jobs on the line.
Professionals Australia is calling on the government to support its science, engineering and technical professionals working across its key organisations in Victoria.
Professionals Australia calls on the Government to fix the technical skills crisis in Defence with the launch of its ‘Securing Defence Capability’ white paper.
We are pleased to present the 2014-15 Professionals Australia Tax Guide for members.
Engineers warn proposed cuts to South Australia’s energy regulation by the Australian Energy Regulator will result in network deterioration and increased risk of electrical network fires and property damage.