Posted by Together Queensland on January 16, 2014
Firstly, happy New Year. Let’s hope 2014 will see better recognition and support for health services from the government.
Posted by Alex Scott on January 13, 2014
On 22 February the people of Redcliffe will be voting for a new MP to represent them in the Queensland Parliament. But this vote won’t just affect those who live in Redcliffe: it will affect all Queenslanders.
Posted by Together in Communities Team on January 13, 2014
2014 is set to be a significant year for hardworking Communities members like you, as you and your colleagues are faced with major reforms that will continue to impact on the way you work and your ability to provide quality services to Queenslanders.
Posted by Kate Flanders on January 13, 2014
Happy new year!
This is already a big year for Mater members with Medical and HP Bargaining, an award modernisation process and the transition to the new Queensland Children’s Hospital.
Posted by Together Queensland on January 9, 2014
Many staff in different agencies have been told that they are now working - or will soon be working for a new body with the nondescript name of PSBA, or Public Safety Business Agency.
Posted by Together Queensland on December 17, 2013
As many workers wind down for Christmas you know that these festive months can be some of the hardest for your clients and for you at work.
Posted by Together Queensland on December 5, 2013
As the year draws to a close we reflect on a time of challenges and successes for all union members.
Posted by Together Queensland on December 4, 2013
This Christmas is going to be a little less merry for your workmates (unsworn and sworn) who do continuous shift work. This is thanks to a mean-spirited decision to take away a long held custom and practice in the QPS to grant shift workers a concessional day over the Christmas period. The QPS is saying they don't have so we won't - how is that for Christmas spirit?
Posted by Together Queensland on December 3, 2013
Management at AACC are currently reviewing the accommodation policy for staff.
Posted by Vivenne Doogan on December 2, 2013
It has been over a year since your wage rise was due. It's time the government put common sense and decency on their agenda and gave you an interim pay increase.