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.
Posted by Thom Ryan on May 21, 2021
As IT staff in Queensland schools, your work has made it possible for schools to continue delivering education during the last 18 months.
Posted by Gianni Sottile on May 18, 2021
Medical Officers do incredibly important work providing health care to our community. You should be paid for that work.
Posted by Heather Hayes on May 17, 2021
Here is the latest news for Queensland Health Together members.
Posted by Alex Scott on May 13, 2021
Yesterday the Palaszczuk government passed important legislation to back first responders – including custodial correctional officers, child safety officers, youth justice workers, police staff responding to emergency calls, health workers in emergency departments and who respond to traumas.
Posted by Kate Flanders on May 13, 2021
Big win for job security!
In exciting news today the Minister and Department have confirmed that over 800 staff who have been very long term temporary or casual will be offered permanent employment.
Posted by Millicent Gray on May 13, 2021
Together members have been working hard to ensure that proper consultation occurs for the three major Business Cases for Change in WMH. Union members should have a genuine say in the outcome of these proposed changes:
Posted by Allison Finley-Bissett on May 13, 2021
In our last meeting with Jetstar union delegates raised a number of issues on behalf of members. Jetstar has provided their responses which are below.
Posted by Allison Finley-Bissett on May 12, 2021
Bargaining has resumed for an enterprise agreement to cover employees in the Integrated Operations Centre at Virgin Australia’s head office.