Posted by Together Housing Team on July 17, 2014
One of the strengths of being in a union is the fact that your collective voice can be heard and as a union group you make the difference in ensuring that what happens at work is fair and reasonable.
Posted by Remi Muller on July 17, 2014
Yesterday the Brisbane Times took to the community a tragic story about two previous patients of the government-run Barrett Adolescence Centre who have recently taken their own lives.
Posted by Together Communities Team on July 15, 2014
Recently, you should have received an email from us about a ‘Q&A’ document that the department released, as well as our response to it, challenging its discriminatory and anti-freedom of association provisions that affect you in the workplace.
Posted by Together Universities Team on July 11, 2014
Your union bargaining representatives have some positive news - after lengthy negotiations, we are pleased to advise members that in principle agreement has been reached with UQ in regards to the proposed Enterprise Agreement.
Posted by Together Health Team on July 11, 2014
It has been a big week this week in the Mater Hospital and Services campaign. At the Mater consultative forum this week Mater announced they will begin to present business cases to staff over the next two weeks.
Posted by Together WorkCover Team on July 8, 2014
You would have received an email from the Chief Executive of WorkCover, Mr Tony Hawkins, recently about the reclassification process proposed by management.
Posted by Together Queensland on July 7, 2014
Cuts to jobs, services and health funding are impacting on all of us. At work, at home and on the people we care most about.
Posted by Together WorkCover Team on July 4, 2014
Posted by Together TMR Team on July 4, 2014
In our recent communication to the DG on behalf of members, we sought clarity from management on the progression of your enterprise bargaining agreement in 2014. On Tuesday, all staff received the advice from the DG stating your collective bargaining agreement would now roll over to 2015, and workers would be receiving a 2.2% wage increase.
Posted by Kate Flanders on July 1, 2014
On Saturday Together HP delegates met and worked out our first moves in this round of negotiations with Queensland Health about your wages and conditions.