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Home > News > 2020 > June


Employees could pay the price for employer JobKeeper mistakes and JobSeeker changes

Some employees in the registered training and ELICOS sectors may be at risk of having their pay docked to compensate for incorrect JobKeeper claims made by employers.

Black lives matter

The IEUA-QNT stands in solidarity with Black and First Nations communities, People of Colour and their allies who are rallying for justice.

Queensland Catholic school employers finally confirm ballot details

Our union has been advised that a ballot for a replacement collective agreement will be held by the end of this term.

Lutheran Education Queensland stop negotiations, insist on balloting agreement aimed at cutting conditions

Teachers and school support staff working in Queensland Lutheran schools would see current working conditions cut under a new agreement being proposed by the employer.

Doing your tax in the time of COVID-19

With the majority of members having worked from home at some point this year due to the COVID-19 crisis, the implications for your tax return this year need to be minded carefully.

Queensland government move will protect casuals

A new Queensland government initiative will offer critical financial support to casual workers who contract COVID-19.

Would you like to have a say on the curriculum?

Our union is calling for expressions of interest to nominate to the QCAA Australian Curriculum Reference/Advisory Groups.

Australia's postal pandemic

Amid the ongoing fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, Australia Post has revealed a plan to cut services and slash jobs.

Anglican employees set for wage increase following sustained member action

Despite the upheaval and challenges resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, the guaranteed 1 July 2020 wage increase for Anglican school employees shows that ongoing collective effort of members results in improved workplace conditions.

Queensland Catholic members finally get to have their say on agreement

This time next week members in Queensland Catholic schools will be voting in the employers’ electronic ballot of their proposed agreement.

Lutheran Education Queensland intent on cutting current conditions

Teachers and school support staff working in Queensland Lutheran schools would see current conditions cut under the biggest attack on working rights seen in their sector.

Shameful act: long-term employee given redundancy by stealth

Despite the professionalism and dedication our members continue to demonstrate through their work, our union continues to see instances of employers treating their staff unfairly.

Keeping members connected during COVID-19

Keeping connected to our 17,000 members across Queensland and the Northern Territory was paramount to our union during the COVID-19 pandemic, with our officers adapting to online platforms to meet the health and safety challenges in workplaces and our community.

World Refugee Day 2020: Every Action Counts

Saturday, 20 June marks World Refugee Day 2020 with this year’s theme being “Every Action Counts”.

New health and safety guidelines for boarding schools

The Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC) have released an updated statement on how boarding schools and school-based residential colleges should manage the risks of COVID-19.

Cuts by Lutheran Education Queensland put future education of 18k+ students at risk

Planned cuts by Lutheran Education Queensland (LEQ) to working conditions of the staff in its 26 schools will put quality education for 18k+ students at risk.

Urgent action needed to eliminate violence and harassment at work

Australian federal government failing to take the real steps to end violence and harassment at work.

Agreements endorsed in QLD Catholic school ballots

Proposed collective agreements have been endorsed in the employer ballots, with more than 90% of votes cast in favour.

First Nations voices lead landmark report on Closing the Gap

The Coalition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community-Controlled Organisations (Coalition of Peaks) has released a ground-breaking report outlining First Nations peoples’ views on what a new National Agreement on Closing the Gap should look like.

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