Posted by Alex Scott on June 30, 2017
Your contribution as a union member is building a better life for you and your colleagues all across Queensland.
Posted by Together Queensland on June 29, 2017
Welcome to the July Edition of your Union news!
Last month, union members won a 3.3% increase in the minimum and award wages at the Fair Work Commission! If you are proud of your workplace and the work you do, encourage your colleagues to join your union!
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. Check your inbox for an email outlining how to use MyPage to retrieve your Together tax statement. Remember union fees are tax deductable. You can like our Facebook page here, follow us on Twitter and on Instagram.
Posted by Together Health Team on June 27, 2017
This is just a quick reminder that your pay rise and back pay will be paid in tomorrow's pay run.
Posted by Together Queensland on June 23, 2017
Congratulations to you and your union colleagues!
Next week you will get your hard-fought and won back pay for your new EB Agreement. Thanks to you, the union members who took action and took on Queensland Health, everyone is getting their full back pay on 28 June.
Posted by Billy Colless on June 20, 2017
On Monday 19th June 17, your union received a letter from Sunnybank Private Hospital management advising of proposed changes. Click here to read the letter.
Posted by Pat, Kim and Billy and your Qantas Team at Together. on June 16, 2017
Over the past week your Together Delegates have been meeting with management on a number of key and important issues.
Your union’s strength with these disputes/meetings is established by your activity in your workplace as union members, if you know a non member – ask them to join with you, because you and your colleagues are stronger together.
Posted by Megan Denny on June 16, 2017
Last week the Fair Work Commission finished their Annual Wage Review process. Thousands of union members across the country took action by signing petitions, doing surveys and sharing stories on social media to win an increase to the minimum and award wage.
Posted by Together Queensland on June 14, 2017
Yesterday, the state government handed down the budget for 2017/18. Members from across the public service have been advocating and campaigning for improvements in their service areas and because of your action, the government has responded. While there is still more to do in these campaigns and others, members determination have resulted in wins that will not only improve their workplaces, but also improve the services they provide for Queenslanders.
Well done to members who have secured outcomes!
Posted by Ty Prior on June 13, 2017
I have already spoken with some of you on site at Logan Hospital. As you will be aware management are proposing to make changes with regards to introducing the Digital Hospital project at Logan Hospital and Beaudesert Hospital.
As union members it’s important that you know about these proposals and have a say about what is being proposed. Management have sent us this letter outlining a brief summary of the proposed changes.
Posted by Together Queensland on June 12, 2017
On Saturday, Minister Fentiman announced a $200 million funding package for Child Safety as part of this year’s state budget.
This will mean almost 300 new positions! Even better, nearly all of these positions are based in Child Safety Service Centres – and each and every position in a CSSC is vital in providing frontline services. The announcement includes higher-level CSSC-based positions to provide better career progression opportunities for Child Safety staff, the establishment of a relief pool for Child Safety Officers, and a roll-out of new phones.