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met to talk about the latest letter from the Health Minister. Delegates also talked about what … serious. This is about your jobs and the health of all Queenslanders. This is not a
On Tuesday 21 January 2014 Together delegates and members from Pathology Labs and BTS met to talk about the latest letter from the Health Minister. http://www.together.org.au/news/member-emails/2014-pathology-and-bts/
get in touch. Your health is too important for your workplace health
When you get home after a long day at work you need to ensure your errands are complete and your responsibilities are in order. You may need to organise dinner, feed your pets, keep your fitness in check or make sure your kids get their homework done.
Tuesday 28 January Our health team are working with members to … at your hospital or local health facility. This is a crucial time
It’s time for doctors to make a choice- the Department has put an end to the consultation process on SMO contracts; we now have a "final draft." Their position is: "At the end of today the contract will be the contract." Your choice is to accept this and … http://www.together.org.au/archive/campaigns-previous/moca/taking-action-these-contracts/
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/