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On 24 and 25 July 2018, the ASU and TWU were in the Federal Court in Melbourne fighting against Aerocare’s attempt to sneak split shifts in the airlines industry.


Your QDI Agreement

Posted by Alex Scott on July 27, 2018

Your QDI Agreement is still sitting with the Fair Work Commission (FWC) while they check whether the new agreement passes the "Better Off Overall" Test (BOOT). 


QTAC Agreement endorsed

Posted by Alex Scott on July 27, 2018

The ballot results for your new agreement shows it has been overwhelmingly endorsed across QTAC with a 72% yes.

You should all take the opportunity to give thanks to your delegates for their work at the negotiating table.


Sub Authorised Credit Representatives

Posted by Alex Scott on July 26, 2018

ASU representatives from Victoria met with S+G yesterday by teleconference to try to address a number of concerns raised about its direction to employees that they become Sub Authorised Credit Representatives of Fair Go Funding.


Here is your list of ideas to improve Flight Centre.

Posted by Alex Scott on July 26, 2018

Thank you to everyone who shared ideas about what would make working at Flight Centre better.

We have now heard from Flight Centre consultants across the country. Your views have now been collated to make a comprehensive list which we will take to bargaining next week.


Final results of Rural Fire delegate team ballot

Posted by Michael Thomas on July 26, 2018

The results of the Rural Fire delegate ballot have now been finalised and three positions went to ballot last week. 


Education Bargaining Update - 25 July

Posted by Kate Flanders on July 25, 2018

They said No.

Today these amazing women, your colleagues - Megan, Sandra, Sharon, Elisabeth, Nikki, Sandra and Sharon - represented you and your fellow members in negotiations with the Department.


Update: Sale of Qantas Catering to Dnata

Posted by Billy Colless on July 25, 2018

Please have a look at the following pieces of correspondence regarding the sale of Q Catering. 

  1. QSL Letter to catering members 
  2. The following is an email from the Chief Operating Officer Kylie Morris, about the matters;

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. I have been provided with documents outlining proposed changes and as part of the consultation process, I am sharing these documents with you.


Review of the public service announced.

Posted by Alex Scott on July 20, 2018

The government has just announced a review into the public service, to be chaired by Peter Coaldrake.


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