Pages with topic "Collective Bargaining"
31 Jul 2020 : Queensland Lutheran school staff vote no to employer’s planned cuts to current working conditions
Teachers and school support staff employed in Queensland Lutheran schools have voted no to a substandard agreement proposed by their employer, Lutheran Education Queensland (LEQ).
15 Jul 2020 : Queensland Lutheran Kindergarten member action secures some of the highest wages in the sector
Teachers and assistants employed by Queensland Lutheran Early Childhood Services (QLECS) Sessional Kindergartens will be paid more than most of their sector counterparts under their new collective agreement.
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.
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.
10 Jun 2020 : 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.
28 May 2020 : Collective bargaining continues across the sector
Despite the challenges imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, IEU members continue to pursue collective bargaining across our sector in order to protect working conditions at this time.
Despite the challenges posed by COVID-19 in schools, our union remains committed to developing new and updated collective agreements.
An employer application to terminate the existing Kormilda College collective agreement has been dismissed in the Fair Work Commission (FWC) after opposition from our union.
After five meetings of the Single Bargaining Unit (SBU), Lutheran Education Queensland (LEQ) are still maintaining an agenda to cut, constrain and control working conditions.
After ten months of negotiations, Queensland Catholic employers have determined that they will now conduct a ballot for a new collective agreement.
Lutheran Education Queensland (LEQ) has confirmed its plan to cut, control and constrain employees’ working conditions in the new collective agreement.
Following a third collective bargaining meeting, it is clear that Lutheran Education Queensland (LEQ) remains intent on pursuing an agenda to strip conditions from the current Queensland Lutheran Schools Collective Agreement.
2 Aug 2019 : Catholic employers in denial of workload crisis
In what can only be described as an extraordinary and unprecedented position, Catholic employers have rejected every single initiative suggested by their employees to provide relief from excessive workloads.
1 Aug 2019 : Langports members no closer to first agreement
After 14 months of negotiations, IEU members at Langports English College in Brisbane are still no closer to having their first collective agreement, as the employer refuses to budge on key member claims.
The ugly truth about the widespread nature of wage theft in Australia has finally been brought to public attention following George Calombaris’ $7.8 million wage theft scandal.
25 Oct 2018 : Staff would work weekends under Haileybury plan
Members have flagged concerns with Haileybury Rendall School’s bargaining claims, including a plan for staff to work additional hours on weekends.
14 Sep 2018 : Djarragun members win benchmark conditions
Members at Djarragun College, Gordonvale have secured benchmark conditions in their latest agreement, including comparable wages with the Queensland Catholic sector.
23 Aug 2018 : $102k for NT Lutheran teachers
Classroom teachers in Northern Territory Lutheran schools have set a new wage benchmark for teachers in non-government schools across the country.
After almost 12 months of bargaining, Anglican school employees have voted to accept a new replacement collective agreement.
Employees have voted to endorse the proposed Anglican schools' collective agreement.