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Home > News > 2017 > June


Awards to recognise professional standing of teachers

Member’s rejected WorkCover claim overturned with union assistance

First cuts to penalty rates just days away

Serious fine for Coffee Club franchisee who forced worker to pay back wages

Cambodian government moves to make minimum wage harder to get for workers

Brisbane City Council staff back to work after employer backtracks

Celebrate School Officer Day & #CAREERSTHATMATTER

On Wednesday 14 June 2017, IEUA-QNT members across Queensland and the Northern Territory will celebrate School Officer Day. The day is an opportunity to recognise #CAREERSTHATMATTER and say thank you to our school officers, administrative staff and services staff.

Next generation taking the lead

A group of early career teacher and school officer members gathered recently at our NexGen Conference in Brisbane to turn an eye to the future – both the future of our union and that of the union movement more broadly.

10 weeks redundancy payment secured for school officer member after school cuts hours

A continuing, part-time School Officer member has received a 10 week redundancy payout of over $5,500 through the assistance of our union after their hours were unilaterally reduced by their employer.

Yale seeks to deny graduate teachers right to unionise

Four months after voting to form a union in order to create a better workplace, graduate teachers from Yale university in the United States continued to be denied the right to do so with the university’s administration refusing to negotiate with them.

Brisbane Council blasted over worker lock out

Electricians employed by the Brisbane City Council are set to enter their seventh day of an employer-imposed lock out after seeking to have key concerns heard during current collective bargaining negotiations.

Play-based learning and the role of the teacher: when to intervene?

With kindergartens becoming more academically focused, teachers are increasingly required to document and examine the role of play in learning and curriculum.

Celebrating careers that matter

Authorised by Terry Burke, Independent Education Union of Australia – Queensland & Northern Territory Branch, Brisbane.