Health: They spent how much?!

Posted by Alex Scott on June 17, 2014

Like you no doubt, I was flabbergasted to see the paid advertising the Government started on Friday night claiming that "less payday paperwork = more nurses".

Newsflash – latest developments for TAFE members

Posted by Jess and the Together TAFE team. on June 17, 2014

The past week has seen a number of developments in TAFE – it's important that you and your fellow TAFE members are aware of what's been happening.

Three things for members in Housing

Posted by Together Queensland on June 17, 2014

There are 3 things for Together members in Housing to tick off the "to do" list today:

Just a few days ago, Together members in the Good Start Program got the best news they’ve heard in weeks – their collective pressure forced the Health Minister to change his decision and fund their program!

Communities: Standing up for your rights in the workplace

Posted by Together Communities Team on June 12, 2014

Last week, you may have seen a communication from the department regarding 'union activities' in the workplace. We wrote to the department advising them that we believe their advice is discriminatory and incorrect.

The Supreme Court of Queensland has rejected the government’s latest attempt to stop a fair wage increase for public servants. You made this happen.

Attention HPs – it’s your turn, again!

Posted by Kate and the Together Health Team on June 9, 2014

Late last year the government passed legislation which pressed "pause" on your negotiations for improved wages and conditions.

LCCH transition – have your say!

Posted by Together Queensland on June 6, 2014

Dear members,

Along with many of you, on Wednesday I attended the LCHH transition forum at the Royal Children’s Hospital for both RCH and MCH senior medical staff. An update of the evening is available here for those that could not make it.

Report Back – Pathology and BTS Privatisation - Good news!

Posted by Vivenne Doogan on June 6, 2014

Your jobs and the services you provide should never be for sale. Having world class Pathology and BTS services run "in house" is vital to the ongoing success of our Health system in Queensland.

339 days later

Posted by Alex Scott on June 5, 2014

Tomorrow, the Supreme Court of Queensland will hand down a decision that will affect what the Industrial Relations Commission can deal with in the arbitration of wages for public servants covered by the Core collective agreement.

1800 177 244