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A pay cut that Australians can't afford and don't deserve

Posted by Alex Scott on February 23, 2017

The Fair Work Commission has today announced a decision that cuts the weekend and public holiday pay of hundreds of thousands of retail, hospitality, fast food and pharmacy workers - up to a loss of $6,000 a year for some workers.


EB9: Ballots, back pay and pay rise

Posted by Together Queensland on February 23, 2017

In the last month we have been continuing to meet with Queensland Health and finalise your new collective agreement.

The drafting process is important because the words in this agreement will form the basis for your rights and conditions for the next three years. We need to get it right now to avoid any misunderstanding down the track. We know it’s difficult waiting but please be assured your union delegates are fighting hard to make the clauses in your agreement the best possible.  


HPDO: Ballots, back pay and pay rise

Posted by Together Queensland on February 23, 2017

In the last month we have been continuing to meet with Queensland Health and finalise your new collective agreement.

The drafting process is important because the words in this agreement will form the basis for your rights and conditions for the next three years. We need to get it right now to avoid any misunderstanding down the track. We know it’s difficult waiting but please be assured your union delegates are fighting hard to make the clauses in your agreement the best possible.  


Is your workplace family-friendly?

Posted by Kate Flanders on February 15, 2017

Juggling work commitments and children is tough work. So is juggling work and other caring responsibilities – like looking after parents or siblings. No matter how accommodating our families, friends and workplaces are, there are always ways we can help make work a better experience for working parents and carers.


TMR: Your agreement has been certified!

Posted by Together TMR team on February 10, 2017

Your bargaining agreement was finally certified!


Together News: February 2017

Posted by Together Queensland on February 7, 2017

The work year is well and truly underway! Here is Together News for February 2017. With no relief from these summer heat waves, we’ve got a story on keeping cool at work this month. This story and more news from across our union below, so read on!

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Singapore Air - Your New Enterprise Agreement

Posted by Together Queensland on February 2, 2017

Team members at Singapore Air now have the opportunity to negotiate a new enterprise agreement as the current agreement expires soon. The new agreement will deal with your wages and all conditions like rostering, sick leave and annual leave.


Bluecare - Interim pay offer

Posted by Together Queensland on February 1, 2017

Since July 2016, your Delegates and your union office have been actively asking management to start negotiations for your Agreement. As you are aware this has been a very trying time for all. Management has expressed on several occasions that they did not have the capacity to start negotiations.


Together BSM update!

Posted by Together Schools Team on February 1, 2017

We hope back to school has been as smooth as possible for you!

It's an exciting time in schools, with the Day 8 numbers processed this week and all Principals now possessing the necessary paperwork to commence the appointment and upgrade process for BSMs. In most instances it should be relatively straightforward, with members being able to be direct-appointed to your new levels. If you are having any difficulties at all remember as a union member you can access our support.


More capacity in Corrections

Posted by Together Queensland on January 31, 2017

As you know, one of the biggest issues right now is overcrowding. It is an issue that we have been raising with the Department for some time in terms of staffing numbers, staff safety and fatigue.


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