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Catholic employer position would worsen wage inequity

Queensland Catholic school employers have failed to listen to the legitimate employee wage claim. Instead the employer position would increase the financial disadvantage suffered by experienced Queensland teachers at the top salary step.

Professional Issues Conference - register now!

Get a healthy dose of current and energising thinking and research about your profession to help you re-focus on how we as educators can restore the balance. The conference will be held Friday 21 August 2015 at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre.

Catholic employers' lack of consideration rejected

An advisory survey of Queensland Catholic school members has indicated an overwhelming rejection of any collective agreement which ignores the legitimate concerns of employees, places them at financial disadvantage and fails to address real work issues.

Members join push toward reconciliation

Members have joined the push toward reconciliation by attending a Reconciliation in Schools Workshop, jointly run by our union and Reconciliation Australia, at The Murri School in Acacia Ridge on 16 July 2015.