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Important meeting in Goondiwindi

Posted by Together Queensland on February 20, 2014

You are invited to a community meeting to talk about your wages and conditions.


Your delegates have recently met with the Director-General and separately with other senior management at the Agency Consultative Committee. It’s vital our members understand these issues and have their say.


Radical attack on rights in Corrections

Posted by Together Queensland on February 18, 2014

The Queensland Industrial Relations Commission has issued a decision to support the Department's changes to rosters that will significantly change the hours and frequency of shifts for staff and leave workers worse off by thousands of dollars.


Union members will not be silenced.

Posted by Vivienne Doogan on February 18, 2014

The Newman government knows how unpopular their job cuts and privatisation are with you and the broader Queensland community, which is why they are trying anything to divert attention away from this.


Collective agreement in Uniting Care Health

Posted by Together UCH Team on February 13, 2014

A few weeks ago we asked you to consider the offer Uniting Care Health have made for your new collective agreement. A copy of that offer can be found here.


USQ Enterprise Bargaining Information

Posted by Together Universities Team on February 13, 2014

Enterprise negotiations for your pay and working conditions are underway at USQ.


AS&RS - What's the wait?

Posted by Together Queensland on February 12, 2014

Recently, union delegates met with the department to attempt to get more information about the transition of your work with AS&RS. Despite the tender process having closed, the department continued to insist that a decision about the outsourcing of AS&RS services had not been made, and so could not give any more information to staff. This uncertainty has been weighing on you, clients, and their families for far too long.


Your voice in DATSIMA

Posted by Together DATSIMA team on February 11, 2014

One of the fundamental rights to a decent and fair job is the right to have your say about the work that you do and the decisions that are made that impact on your working life. Union members know how important these rights are and have fought to have them secured in Bargaining Agreements and Awards.


Pathology: Important - Next week

Posted by John and the Together Health Team on February 7, 2014

We are having an important members meeting about the potential privatization of PQ and BTS and the latest interactions with the Health Minister on this key issue.


UQ members protect continuing employment

Posted by Jess and the United Voice/Together Universities Team on February 7, 2014

Recently, UQ members in the Library have had a win by ensuring that continuing employment is maximised at the university.


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