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We have been provided with this document by Gaenor Dixon in order to give any feedback on this as the final draft.

Here is the context for any feedback you may have:


FWC seek further commitment and explanation from QUT

Posted by Megan Denny on July 22, 2019

Last week, the Fair Work Commission wrote to QUT seeking further commitments and explanations on areas of your proposed agreement which fall below the minimum standards.


Virgin Australia EB Bulletin 28

Posted by Billy Colless on July 22, 2019

At the most recent NCC meeting on 19 June, the ASU was told about plans to launch “Care Crew”; a volunteer, low-cost support program for employees which looks at managing the mental health issues of Virgin Australia employees. 


Details for QATC CC meeting 6

Posted by Allison Finley-Bissett on July 19, 2019

The next Consultative Committee meeting is next week Wednesday, 24 July, at 2:00pm. Please see the following documents for your reference:


TAFE: Your wages and the latest on negotiations

Posted by Danny Cummings on July 19, 2019

We have continued with our EB negotiations with TAFE, seeking wage increases and improvements in conditions, today.

You can see the position from TAFE in relation to our claims and the QTU claims for Educators here.


Offer for BAS

Posted by Alex Scott on July 19, 2019

As you know your delegates have been negotiating with Building and Asset Services management and HPW HR about your wages and conditions for the next three years. We have been raising the issues that you provided in the survey conducted earlier this year with the employer since 1 April, but the employer has only had approval from the government to negotiate since the end of May just before your current agreement expired on 31 May (your current conditions remain in place until there is a new agreement certified).


Proposed Mater Pathology Pay Structure

Posted by Megan Denny on July 19, 2019

At the most recent Mater HP/Allied Health negotiations, we were presented with a document that outlined a 5 tier classification structure for new Scientists in Pathology. You can see it here


TMR- getting action ready!

Posted by Remi Armstrong on July 19, 2019

Given the Department still don’t have “authority” to bargain with us from the government, yesterday’s formal bargaining meeting was cancelled and instead your Together Delegates, Ray, Karlee, Dan and I met to have a discussion with the Department about process. The next scheduled SBU is Thursday 25 July.

The government has an obligation to negotiate with members and to bargain in good faith with a genuine hope to reach an agreement – so far, we haven’t seen this happening.


Be part of something bigger in Allied Health.

Posted by Megan Denny on July 19, 2019

Like so many working Australians, many of you in the health industry are facing stagnating wage growth and a slow deterioration of your conditions and entitlements at work.


WH&S representatives

Posted by Allison and Kayleen on July 19, 2019

The Union office continues to get asked who the local health and safety representatives are.

Workplace Health and Safety representatives play an important role in workplaces such as yours to ensure that proper processes are followed and procedures are in place to address any health and safety (H & S) concerns.


1800 177 244
members@together.org.au