Posted by Kate Flanders on August 17, 2021
You should be recognised and celebrated for the essential role you play. We know the world class education Queensland students receive would not happen without you.
Posted by Michael Thomas on August 17, 2021
Yesterday your union office lodged on behalf of Corrections members an application with the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission for an interim pay rise of 2.5% for all those currently on 1.1 – 1.7 from 1 September.
Posted by Together Queensland on August 9, 2021
From 4pm yesterday, Cairns Regional Council Area and Yarrabah have gone into a three-day lockdown.
Posted by Heather Hayes on August 6, 2021
Your delegates continue to meet weekly with the Department of Health to discuss the Department of Health Business Case for Change and to actively raise your issues and concerns for discussion and action.
Delegates have consistently raised your concerns regarding the need for shared and agreed purpose; best practice processes; effective and transparent communication; clear evidence for change; and the need for strong leadership to sell and promote the benefits of change.
Posted by Kate Flanders on August 6, 2021
We are eagerly awaiting the news over the coming days about whether or not thousands more students will be returning to school next week and that work will look a little bit more familiar!
Posted by Alex Scott on August 6, 2021
We are recruiting members for a focus group to be conducted by UComms on Together members’ views on health and aged care. Please fill in this form if you are interested in participating and we will get in touch with those who express interest.
Posted by Allison Finley-Bissett on August 3, 2021
This morning Qantas announced that 2,500 Qantas and Jetstar workers would be stood down for 2 months from mid-August.
Posted by Together Queensland on August 2, 2021
What a busy few weeks with the CSC Review process in the QIRC, COVID impacts, wages increases and more.
Posted by Thom Ryan on August 2, 2021
This morning we have heard the news that the South-East Queensland lockdown has been extended until 4pm Sunday 8 August. As the situation evolves, we know that you are working incredibly hard to follow the health advice and support your school communities.
Posted by Heather Hayes on July 28, 2021
Phase one and two of the Integrated Workforce Management Program (IWFM) was completed in November 2019. Stage three of the program aims to implement an improved roster to pay solution.