Posted by Alex Scott on June 4, 2021
Earlier this year, your elected Conference Delegates endorsed that your union seek to have discussions with the Department in regards to your outstanding EBA. These discussions have commenced and, to date, are without prejudice and looking at what matters each side would want to have included in any settlement. Because of that there is no detailed offers from Government yet to report back, this update is to give members an understanding of the direction of the discussions and give you an opportunity to comment.
Posted by Heather Hayes on June 1, 2021
Recently representatives from Health unions met with Metro North HHS Chief Executive Shaun Drummond and other MNHHS management representatives to discuss potential changes to the care across two currently unoccupied wards in STARS.
Posted by Together Queensland on May 28, 2021
It has been a busy few weeks in QPS for Together members, with the consultative committees, admin reviews, changes in Workcover legislation and the significant overtime needs for Together members in police comms. Check out the updates below.
Posted by James Douglas on May 28, 2021
Today, your new EB was certified by the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission! Members in Child Safety and Youth Justice now have your first ever standalone EB, the Child Safety and Youth Justice Certified Agreement.
Posted by Gianni Sottile on May 27, 2021
This is an exciting win for members at the Logan Switchboard!
Posted by Peter Cattach on May 27, 2021
Lifeblood has proposed significant cuts in the new proposed National Agreement.
The new Agreement fails to include:
Posted by Peter Cattach on May 26, 2021
Last Friday, 21 May 2021, your union met with Qantas Freight and AAE management to discuss the next steps in the Freight Restructure. We have the following updates for members.
Posted by Allison Finley-Bissett on May 24, 2021
This June is workload month in WBHHS! Your delegates and representatives are keen to ensure that we highlight all the workload issues in your workplace. The only way we can prove to your employer that there isn’t enough staff to get the job done and keep patients safe is through members filling out workload forms.
Posted by Kate Flanders on May 24, 2021
Last week the Department confirmed that very long term temporary and casual staff with over four years of continuous service would be offered permanent employment.
Posted by Olivia on May 21, 2021
Many of you have spent hours working to finish your Job Analysis Questionnaires (JAQ) to articulate the requirements of your complex and critical roles.