Posted by Alex Scott on September 15, 2017
This week Australia Post started posting the marriage equality surveys. Keep an eye on your letter box for your ballot between now and 25 September.
If you don't receive a survey by 25 September, you will need to get in contact with the ABS here to request a new one before 11 October.
Posted by The Together Private Sector team on September 15, 2017
Congratulations to Qantas members for winning the 2017 ACTU Jennie George award! Read on for this and more stories in you September Union news.
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Posted by Heather and the Together Health Team on September 15, 2017
Union members create safer workplaces by identifying concerns, raising them with management and working collectively to find suitable solutions.
Together members in Metro North Oral Health have been raising numerous concerns regarding the co-location of Brisbane Dental Hospital (BDH) staff with the University of Queensland School of Dentistry (UQSoD) at Herston. These issues include:
Posted by Megan & the Together Aged Care Team on September 15, 2017
Further to the update on the 1st of September; Your Enterprise Bargaining agreement is still sitting with the Fair Work Commission for certification.
Posted by Alex Scott on September 13, 2017
Last week, your union met with QPS to continue progressing the AO2 Administration Support Review, looking at AO2s that work in stations and undertake counter work.
Posted by Kate Flanders on September 8, 2017
Yesterday Together delegates Len Falknau, Rikki Strachan (IT Officers) and Nikki Bradford, Sandra Lewis, Megan Seymour, Wendy Shearer (Science Operations Officers) met with Minister Kate Jones along with Together Vice President Sharon Abbott, Secretary Alex Scott and myself.
Posted by Dee Spink on September 7, 2017
As you may have seen, there were three interrelated reviews into Child Safety released this morning.
Posted by Irene Monro on September 7, 2017
Last week, the Fair Work Commission made the ruling that Murdoch University had the right to tear up their enterprise bargaining agreement with union members and start again. Murdoch argued that the agreement was "unnecessarily complex and out of touch."
Posted by Together Queensland on September 6, 2017
Update on body cameras and vests
Good news! Your delegates have met with the department twice and secured a commitment to roll out body cameras with vests.
Posted by Dee Spink on September 6, 2017
Treasury has recently provided us with documents regarding a proposed realignment within the Performance and Governance Branch, and the new Performance Excellence Framework.