Posted by Allison Finley-Bissett on February 5, 2019
The next meeting of the Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service District Consultative Forum is scheduled for Tuesday 19th February. If you have any items you would like raised or included in the agenda please email me at email@example.com.
Posted by Alex and Kate on February 5, 2019
As a Together member you never walk alone.
Together members from around the state are heading to Townsville right now to assist with community recovery and we know you have all been going above and beyond to be there for your community.
Posted by Michael Thomas on February 4, 2019
Right now your safety is the most important thing. It’s clear from discussions with your delegates over the weekend that some of the information you have been given has been confused, not timely and, in some cases, downright wrong and dangerous. We have been in contact with the Department over the weekend and this morning to make sure you have accurate information about your rights.
Posted by Allison Finley-Bissett on February 4, 2019
Prior to the dispute with QPS around the transfer of functions from Maroochydore to Brisbane, we had met with A/Ins Foreman and A/Sup Fitzgibbon about the QPS plans for Wide Bay.
Posted by Alex Griffin on February 4, 2019
As you are aware, there is a lot happening for Union Members working in Sunshine Coast HHS.
Union members across the HHS continue to work together to grow our Union and make the working lives of health workers better.
Union delegates want to make our Union visible and we want to let all workers know who their union is and what you have been working on in the HHS.
Posted by Together Queensland on February 1, 2019
The University of Queensland Management has commenced consultation with members of the Joint Consultative Committee around the creation of new policy.
Posted by Dee Spink on February 1, 2019
This morning, union delegates met with management to discuss a number of workplace health and safety issues, in particular regarding the movement of young people when there is not a full complement of staff in all units.
Posted by Danny Cummings on February 1, 2019
The most recent ballot of OIR members on applying work bans has been approved.
As a result of this ballot, from Saturday 3 February 2019 union members in OIR will be escalating their work bans as follows:
Posted by Alex Scott on February 1, 2019
Following last week’s conciliation conference in the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission, the government have not yet moved on their offer to settle the ongoing dispute about your wages and conditions – which is disappointing, however it was what we expected.
Posted by Valda Graham on February 1, 2019
The University Management has commenced consultation with members of the Joint Consultative Committee around the creation of new policy.