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To provide operating procedure for the setting up and use of University Mail Lists.
The UNE Management and Storage of Research Data and Materials Policy outlines the responsibilities of the University, Heads of Schools, Research Centres and Institutes, and researchers, with respect to the retention, storage, accessibility, and disposal of all research data and materials in accordance with the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research (ACRCR) and other legislative, ethical and contractual requirements.
These procedures provide a framework to operationalise UNE's Management and Storage of Research Data and Materials Policy. Following this procedures will help comply with the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research.
The University recognises the importance of the ability to attract and retain the expertise needed to deliver on its strategic priorities. In order to attract and retain staff in an increasingly competitive market, the University may pay market based salary loadings or allowances to: - Provide Heads of Cost Centres with an ability to attract and retain staff where current market conditions result in the University being unable to compete for key staff; and - Assist Heads of Cost Centres to have the flexibility to award an allowance to attract and/or retain staff where the impact of taking no action will adversely impact on the achievement of key strategic outcomes.
These procedures provide guidance on the application of the Market Loading Allowance Policy.
This policy provides direction for the co-ordination of contact between UNE and the media. It covers a staff member's responsibilities in relation to direct contact with the media, as well as outlining obligations in regards to the management and dissemination of information, which could reasonably reach the media.
MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING (MOU) are non-legally binding agreements between UNE and other organisations. MOUs are not to be used between UNE Faculties, Schools, Centres, Directorates or other areas. A memo is the most appropriate way to document agreements between UNE Faculties, Schools, Centres, Directorates or other areas.
Minimum Facilities for UNE Higher Degree Research Students Policy