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Pages with topic "Member Action"

24 May 2017 : The numbers don't lie: join a union for better pay

The latest Australian Bureau of Statistics data, combined with recent wage outcomes in our sector, provide a clear and compelling message – join your union for better pay
/news/archive/2017/may/the-numbers-don-t-lie-join-a-union-for-better-pay

18 May 2017 : Coalition government abandons attack on paid parental leave

The Turnbull Government has backed down from its attack on paid parental leave (PPL) – and so called “double dippers” – abandoning legislation that would have stopped women from accessing employer paid parental leave in addition to the government funded l…
/news/archive/2017/may/coalition-government-abandons-attack-on-paid-parental-leave

25 Nov 2016 : Members recognise significance of Domestic Violence Leave on White Ribbon Day

White Ribbon Day holds special significance to Independent Education Union Queensland and Northern Territory (IEUA-QNT) members as they acknowledge the inclusion of domestic violence leave in their collective agreements.
/news/archive/2016/november/catholic-school-staff-recognise-significance-of-domestic-violenc

24 Nov 2016 : Chapter action prevents redundancies for cleaning staff

The support and action of members from a Sunshine Coast Lutheran school has prevented a series of redundancies for its cleaning staff.
/news/archive/2016/november/chapter-action-prevents-redundancies-for-cleaning-staff

23 Nov 2016 : White Ribbon Day - how schools make a difference

Friday, 25 November is White Ribbon Day—a day to campaign for the prevention of violence against women and girls and a chance to provide positive examples for the next generation.
/news/archive/2016/november/white-ribbon-day-how-schools-make-a-difference

1 Mar 2016 : Union and community campaign helps baby Asha stay

The united efforts of IEUA-QNT members in solidarity with other unions and the wider community has ensured a small victory for baby Asha – a 12-month-old girl who was receiving medical treatment in Australia for burns sustained in a Nauru detention centre…
/news/archive/2016/march/union-and-community-campaign-helps-baby-asha-stay

16 Feb 2016 : Thousands of Queensland Catholic school teachers and support staff set for full day strike and rally next week

Over 8500 Catholic school union members across 242 school sites are authorised to stop work next Thursday 25 February with the majority set to take full day strike action as concerns regarding increasing workloads and inequitable wages remain unaddressed …
/news/archive/2016/february/thousands-of-queensland-catholic-school-teachers-and-support-sta

2 Dec 2015 : Children out of onshore detention by Christmas

The Senate has passed four key bill amendments to ensure the release all children from detention within 30 days. However, these crucial amendments must be passed by the House of Representatives in order to become legislation and before children gain their…
/news/archive/2015/december/children-out-of-onshore-detention-by-christmas

15 Oct 2015 : Sign the 3Rs petition!

Sign our petition and make sure Queensland Catholic school employers learn the 3Rs: RECOGNISE, RESPECT, REWARD.
/news/archive/2015/september-2011/sign-the-3rs-petition

15 Sep 2015 : QLD Catholic school employees stop work this week

Over 6,300 Catholic school union members in 173 schools across Queensland are authorised to commence protected industrial action this week including stop work action this Wednesday 16 September and Thursday 17 September.
/news/archive/2015/september-2011/queensland-catholic-school-employees-to-stop-work-this-week

22 Jul 2015 : 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 employees’ legitimate concerns, places them at financial disadvantage and fails to address real work issues.
/news/archive/2015/july/catholic-employers-lack-of-consideration-rejected

14 Oct 2014 : A time to say thanks: School Officer Day 2014

School Officer Day is a celebration day to recognise the important contribution School Officers make in providing quality education. Chapters will hold celebratory morning teas and take the opportunity to say 'thanks' to their School Officer colleagues.
/news/archive/2014/october/a-time-to-say-thanks-school-officer-day-2014