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great divide that now exists between allied health professionals in Queensland Health and … in education will also be paid on the Health Practitioner stream. Minister Grace
As Term 1 draws to a close I am sure you are all looking forward to a well deserved break over Easter.
As a union we have a critical few months ahead as we try and secure a new EB agreement that will set out your wages and conditions for the next 3 yea… http://www.together.org.au/news/member-emails/together-update-meeting-minister-grace-grace/
government's ripoff of Queensland's public health money. Can you please add your name urgently … money that has already been spent delivering health services across the state for patients and
Hundreds of people have already asked their federal MPs to stop the Turnbull government's ripoff of Queensland's public health money. Can you please add your name urgently today? http://www.together.org.au/news/member-emails/queenslanders-are-owed-over-billion-dollars/
Health Minister Steven Miles and Director General … million in the Queensland Health budget. That is an enormous number and it … of the agreed funding under the National Health Reform Agreement and this has resulted in a
Health Minister Steven Miles and Director General Michael Walsh have provided an important briefing to unions in relation to the crisis of a missing $979 million in the Queensland Health budget.
That is an enormous number and it is very hard to reconci… http://www.together.org.au/news/member-emails/federal-funding-crisis-what-impact-our-jobs-and-services/
consider the health and safety of staff when requiring staff to
This is going to be a huge year for union members as we bargain for our next agreement. This year will determine the percentage wage increase for the next 3 years and we need to be fired up and ready to go! http://www.together.org.au/news/member-emails/welcome-back-term-1/
The ALP's costings exclude Queensland Health from the reprioritisation measures. The
Late on Thursday afternoon, less than 48 hours before election day, the LNP finally released their costings.
The documents are silent about how the LNP plans to reach its goal of $10.8 billion in budget cuts (to reach their so-called "fiscal surplus" m… http://www.together.org.au/news/member-emails/facts-lnps-costings/
and tried to privatise public services like health through
If Tim Nicholls and the LNP win the next Queensland election they will make around $11.6 billion worth of cuts to the budget. But they won't say where the cuts will fall.
These cuts would go further than the cuts made by LNP when they were last in go… http://www.together.org.au/news/member-emails/cuts-our-services/