Posted by Dolph Lossberg on February 11, 2019
Your union has organised for QSuper to come to your workplace to provide you with tools and resources to help improve your financial well-being on Thursday 14 February.
Posted by Kate Flanders on February 11, 2019
Your work matters. Taking industrial action is a huge step but one that the majority of Together members voted to do because you are reminding the Department just how much you are really responsible for!
Posted by Darren Roach on February 11, 2019
My name is Darren Roach. I am the new member organiser for Corrections at the Together office in Brisbane. I have been a prison officer for 25 years and a union delegate for over 20. Most recently I worked at the Brisbane Correctional Centre. As of 4 February I am on secondment from the Department, working for you in the Union office.
Posted by Allison Finley-Bissett on February 11, 2019
There will be a consultative committee held on Tuesday 26 February at 1pm. You can see the QATC Consultative Committee Terms of Reference here.
Posted by Lloyd Abbott on February 11, 2019
Posted by Megan Denny on February 8, 2019
Three weeks ago you received correspondence from your union office asking for feedback regarding the proposed workplace changes affecting Mater Pathology staff.
You can revisit the email here.
Posted by Kate Flanders on February 8, 2019
I hope you are travelling ok. We are all thinking of our fellow members in Townsville and surrounds.
We know that the below is not relevant to colleagues who are dealing with disasters and disaster recovery.
For everyone else!
Update on the QIRC yesterday – no change – nothing new to report other than that the Department continued to refuse to provide a wages schedule but they might at our next meeting on the 19th of February. This is when we are also hoping to have some progress on the AO issues.
Posted by Olivia Hill on February 8, 2019
The results of the poll are in!
83% of members voted in the poll and 94% voted overwhelmingly to reject the offer.
Posted by Lloyd Abbott on February 8, 2019
The next Darling Downs Health and Hospital Service Consultative Forum will be held 15 February at 10am.
Posted by Heather Hayes on February 7, 2019
Under your collective agreement, Queensland Health management are required to consult with union members over changes to your conditions such as your roster, organisation and reporting structure. We have been provided with a number of change management proposals that have been sent to us by eHealth management as part of the consultation process, I am sharing this document with you.