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There's workplace health and safety concerns for many at Queensland’s … their work is negatively impacting their health … the quality of services as well as workplace health and safety. Those working at the
There's workplace health and safety concerns for many at Queensland’s Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry.
With all the change occurring in the public health system both in Queensland and … defend working conditions and quality public health
Happy new year!
This is already a big year for Mater members with Medical and HP Bargaining, an award modernisation process and the transition to the new Queensland Children’s Hospital. http://www.together.org.au/news/member-emails/2014-be-part-something-big-mater/
including our allied health workers and our medical officers … at our health facilities and emergency departments.
Our thoughts are with our members working across Queensland’s public services who are prepared for one of the busiest times of the year. http://www.together.org.au/news/media/christmas-season/
like the huge win on workplace health and safety by members in Corrections. … for health and safety and for fairness and they won. … to suit themselves. Interim increase for Health Practitioners Last week as predicted the
As the year draws to a close we reflect on a time of challenges and successes for all union members.
and Alex Scott met with the Health Minister Lawrence Springborg in Parliament … of pathology services to the Local Area Health … real threat to the quality of Queensland Health’s pathology services. We know that any
On 19 November, Together delegates Jim Gannon, Phil Winwood and Gary Bourne along with John Connor (Together Organiser) and Alex Scott met with the Health Minister Lawrence Springborg in Parliament House to discuss the proposed privatisation of pathology … http://www.together.org.au/archive/news1/member-news/pathologybts-members-fight-privatisation/
wage increase for Health Practitioners after they rewrote their … decency of an interim wage increase for health practitioners. Together members are
Last week as predicted the government implemented a 2.2% wage increase for Health Practitioners after they rewrote their industrial relations laws to freeze the collective bargaining negotiations and pause the impending collective action by HPs. http://www.together.org.au/archive/news1/member-news/interim-increase-health-practitioners/
working shift work has proven health impacts and the compensation in pay and
This Christmas is going to be a little less merry for your workmates (unsworn and sworn) who do continuous shift work.This is thanks to a mean-spirited decision to take away a long held custom and practice in the QPS to grant shift workers a concessional … http://www.together.org.au/news/member-emails/qps-steal-shift-workers-christmas/