Posted by Billy Colless on August 10, 2017
This week negotiations for your new Health Practitioner Agreement started.
Ramsay Management met with your union delegates and advised your union they wish to change the following in your agreement:
Posted by Peter Cattach on August 8, 2017
Bargaining for your new Enterprise Bargaining Agreement (EBA) at QIMR commenced today. This is your opportunity to improve your pay and conditions, so it's important you are part of this process.
Posted by Private Sector Team on August 8, 2017
This month, your national union has released a comprehensive report into superannuation and retirement. Women are retiring with 47% less super than men. Check out the super story below for more.
Don’t forget: use Together MyPage to change or update your membership details. You can also use Together MyPage to create your union fees tax statement for the 2016/17 financial year. Remember union fees are tax deductible. You can like the Together Facebook page here, follow us on Twitter and on Instagram.
Posted by Michael Thomas on August 7, 2017
Your delegates have been concerned to hear that the rollout of body cameras by Queensland Corrective Services has not taken place according to what everyone agreed was best practice – cameras mounted on vests. This is despite all the evidence from the trial making clear the advantages of mounting the cameras on vests.
Posted by Billy Colless on August 4, 2017
Qantas Airports has today announced a decision to centralise its Workforce Planning (WFP) function into the Qantas Campus in Mascot, Sydney. As a result of this decision, up to 101 ASU covered positions in ports across Australia may become redundant. Eighteen of these will be located in Brisbane.
Posted by Alex Scott on August 3, 2017
School Support Staff Recognition Week is well underway. Together facilitates School Support Staff Recognition Week every year to highlight the important work you do to keep our great state schools running.
Posted by Valda Graham on August 2, 2017
After a break in negotiations over the school holidays, our Union was hopeful of some positive news to bring negotiations to a conclusion after many months of bargaining.
Posted by Together Queensland on July 28, 2017
Your Together Bargaining representatives met this week on Wednesday 26 July, to discuss the response to management's latest offer.
Your delegates and union are confident that the protections around the performance agreements and the links to the classification structure would be satisfactory if included in the agreement.
Posted by Alex Scott on July 27, 2017
We are now more than half way through the year and it's time for July's edition of Union News! There is so much going on across our union, so read on!
Don’t forget: use Together MyPage for your tax statement for the last financial year or to update your membership details. You can like our Facebook page here, follow us on Twitter and on Instagram.
Posted by Suzi Wharton on July 25, 2017
At your bargaining negotiations’ last week, issues surrounding classification levels went some way to be addressed.