Posted by Michael Thomas on November 15, 2019
The attached Orders have been issued. We have just finished in the QIRC and while Commissioner Dwyer accepted that the radio issues constituted a risk, it did not meet the threshold of an imminent risk to health and safety that would justify withdrawal of labour.
Posted by Megan Denny on November 15, 2019
Protected Industrial Action starts next week for Allied Health and Health Practitioners.
On Tuesday, 19 November 2019 – Union members will be starting to take action. Here's what they will be doing:
Posted by Alex Scott on November 14, 2019
Last night we were sent an offer from the Director General in relation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Worker and Liaison Officer Together members' claims for better pay and conditions.
Posted by Megan Denny on November 14, 2019
On 29 and 30 October 2019 ASU Qantas Group delegates from all over Australia met to discuss a number of issues including the commencement of our preparations for our Qantas EBA12 this year.
Posted by Gayle Robertson on November 14, 2019
Ballots have opened to cast your vote for the Townsville Corrections Workplace Organising Committee - In-House Delegates at the Townsville Correctional Complex.
Posted by Together Health Team on November 14, 2019
Please come to your report back meeting today. Here is a list of locations.
Posted by Ashleigh Saunders on November 14, 2019
Your union has been reviewing the way our local consultative committees function in CQHHS. While most of our committees are now fully functioning, we are currently in the process of establishing a Corporate Services Local Consultative Committee.
Posted by Allison Finley-Bissett on November 13, 2019
On Monday, Kayleen Dwyer (Bundaberg Office), our delegate Suzanne Blanch and I met with Stephen Bell and other senior HP managers.
Posted by Alex Scott on November 13, 2019
Your threat of action has worked and you don’t have to take it now! Congratulations!
Posted by Together Queensland on November 12, 2019
Last week you and your HPDOCA colleagues voted to take industrial action for better pay and conditions at work.