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Last week we sent an email with regards to the Fair Work Commission's minimum wage decision and minimum wage workers being awarded a 3.5% wage increase.


3.5% pay increase for QML members

Posted by Alex Scott on June 6, 2018

Last week we sent an email with regards to the Fair Work Commission's minimum wage decision and minimum wage workers being awarded a 3.5% wage increase.


It's that time again when we get to renegotiate our wages and working conditions here in the Department of Education.

As union members we get to decide what is on the list for negotiations – I know many members have already begun sending in ideas for claims this time around.


How do you feel about Wesley Mission's offer?

Posted by Alex Scott on June 6, 2018

Your union has been in negotiations with Wesley Mission for a new Enterprise Bargaining Agreement separate from Blue Care.

It is now time to get an understanding as to how members feel about the negotiations and current offer. 


EB Update from Your UQ Bargaining Team

Posted by UQ Bargaining Team on June 6, 2018

Your ASU-Together negotiating team met with UQ management last week in a final effort to attempt to conclude negotiations around a replacement Agreement to avoid members having to take industrial action.


MOCA5 update - 5 weeks of negotiations left

Posted by Together MOCA 5 Steering Committee on June 6, 2018

We are now only 5 weeks from the expiry of our current MOCA4 agreement. Your Together Doctors representatives have been working hard while we negotiate our way through your claim items for MOCA5. We've already gained ground on improvements to the current agreement, and have taken forward a highly detailed log of claim items.


Together members are gearing up to be part of the negotiations for your next enterprise bargaining agreement for public sector workers in the core agreement.

With Friday's Fair Work Commission announcement to increase the minimum wage by 3.5% - we know the state government's wage policy of 2.5% is not high enough to address the wage crisis in Queensland.


Together members are gearing up to be part of the negotiations for your next enterprise bargaining agreement for public sector workers in the core agreement.

With Friday's Fair Work Commission announcement to increase the minimum wage by 3.5% - we know the state government's wage policy of 2.5% is not high enough to address the wage crisis in Queensland.


Many of the staff in the Bond Loan team have indicated that the current leave roster is causing significant concerns.


Update from your ASU-Together representatives at TATTSBET

Posted by Irene Monro on June 4, 2018

Over the last month, your Union representatives have met to discuss points of concern and establish dates for future members meetings so that together, we continue to keep important matters on the agenda such as:


1800 177 244
members@together.org.au