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wage increase for Health Practitioners after they rewrote their … decency of an interim wage increase for health practitioners. Together members are
As we predicted the government has 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/news/member-emails/hp-interim-increase-what-comes-next/
concerned that a repetition of the Health Payroll disaster could occur. Union … but to raise this matter directly with the Health … payroll pain for all staff in Queensland Health. To show your support please speak to
It is a busy time of year and unfortunately a restructure of Payroll and a reorganisation of tasks is on the agenda as well. We need your feedback ASAP to pass on to management. http://www.together.org.au/news/member-emails/health-payroll-your-feedback-required-urgently/
Over the last few weeks Health Practitioners have taken a stand. You have … to suggestions by Queensland Health head office that your wages be … cannot take away the conditions that Health Practitioners have accrued over years and
Over the last few weeks Health Practitioners have taken a stand. You have stood up for your rights as professionals and said “NO” to suggestions by Queensland Health head office that your wages be cut, that your classifications downgraded or your conditio… http://www.together.org.au/news/member-emails/rules-have-changed-hps/
The Minister for Health announced yesterday the release of the draft … conditions of employment. The Department of Health have refused to release drafts of the
The Minister for Health announced yesterday the release of the draft contract that is to be imposed on all Senior Medical Officers next year. While the Minister’s self-serving press release was published yesterday, the contract documents themselves weren’… http://www.together.org.au/archive/campaigns-previous/moca/attacks-doctors-begin-time-act/
to discuss next steps in responding to the Health Ministers letter about our jobs and service … Responding to the Health … resolved to seek a meeting with the Health Minister to clarify matters. It is clear
Yesterday your Pathology and BTS union delegates met to discuss next steps in responding to the Health Ministers letter about our jobs and service being privatised. http://www.together.org.au/news/member-emails/whats-next-pathology-and-bts/
health clinics and some positions in QUT Precincts.
Last week staff were advised by the Vice-Chancellor that staff will receive a salary increase of 3% from December 1 2013. This wage increase is to be made administratively and was not a negotiated outcome as part of the bargaining process. http://www.together.org.au/news/member-emails/qut/