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This week the state government introduced legislative amendments to the Industrial Relations Act 2016 to give effect to the Premier’s announcement that there would be a 'wage freeze' in the 2020/2021 financial year. This will impact ALL public sector workers.


Following the recent announcements from the Vice Chancellor regarding a Voluntary Early Retirement scheme and the need for significant changes given the constrained budget environment we want to meet to discuss what the University is now proposing.


Important QML update

Posted by Megan Denny on June 19, 2020

Your union office has received reports of QML sending out communication that states that your union office agrees with QML's bargaining position. We would like to let members know that this is not the case and we will be sending an email to HR to have this untrue statement retracted.


On Wednesday the state government introduced legislative amendments to the Industrial Relations Act 2016 to give effect to the Premier’s announcement that there would be a 'wage freeze' in the 2020/2021 financial year. This will impact all public sector workers.


Late yesterday, the Queensland government introduced legislative amendments which would effectively freeze the pay of workers who have Agreements in place.


TMR: What does the 'wage freeze' legislation mean for you?

Posted by Alex Scott on June 17, 2020

Yesterday the state government introduced legislative amendments to the Industrial Relations Act 2016 to give effect to the Premier’s announcement that there would be a 'wage freeze' in the 2020/2021 financial year.


Core: What does the 'wage freeze' legislation mean for you?

Posted by Alex Scott on June 17, 2020

Yesterday the state government introduced legislative amendments to the Industrial Relations Act 2016 to give effect to the Premier's announcement that there would be a 'wage freeze' in the 2020/2021 financial year.


Legislation affecting Health workers' pay

Posted by Alex Scott on June 17, 2020

Yesterday the state government introduced legislative amendments to the Industrial Relations Act 2016 to give effect to the Premier’s announcement that there would be a 'wage freeze' in the 2020/2021 financial year.

Together continues to remain strongly opposed to the 'wage freeze' policy and also the process being used to implement the policy.


CEO Sleepout and responding to DFV

Posted by Alex Scott on June 16, 2020

Support for the homeless - can you help me?

Homelessness can affect anyone and as we start experiencing colder weather, we know that there are thousands of Queenslanders spending long, cold nights without a roof over their heads.


Tell us about your teleheath experiences

Posted by Heather Hayes on June 12, 2020

With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have seen a rapid expansion of the telehealth program here in Queensland.


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