Pages with topic "Member Action"
25 Mar 2020 : Time to call time on Term 1
Our union is calling on Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner to call time on Term 1 for schools and early childhood education centres nation-wide.
20 Jan 2020 : Making a difference in 2020
IEUA-QNT members will continue to fight for positive change and make a difference in their workplaces in 2020.
7 Nov 2019 : Work bans underway in Queensland Catholic schools
Over 7,000 members in 195 Queensland Catholic schools are authorised to undertake work bans from today.
15 Oct 2019 : Following in Emma’s footsteps
Long-term member and activist Karyl Young has received the Emma Miller Award for her contribution to our union – presented in honour of eponymous union hero, Emma Miller.
13 Sep 2019 : Win for Toowoomba Grammar School Chapter
The Chapter at Toowoomba Grammar School has won better working conditions after their employer failed to propose equitable pay rates for all employees in recent collective bargaining.
22 Aug 2019 : Aquinas College commits to School Consultative Committee
The Chapter from Aquinas College, a Catholic secondary college on the Gold Coast, has successfully implemented a School Consultative Committee with the help of our union.
30 Jul 2019 : Members want answers on NCCD and audit process
Our union is demanding answers from the Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), the multinational financial management firm auditing the Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability (NCCD).
18 Jun 2019 : NCCD: Data gathering should be fully resourced
The identification, collection and moderation of data for the Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability (NCCD) should not be permitted to result in increased workloads for an already burdened teaching staff, as IEUA-QNT A…
Teachers at Langports English College have been subjected to employer lockouts during negotiations for the College’s first collective agreement.
Our union will rally again on Monday, 10 June 2019 outside Langports English College in support of members who were recently locked out over protected industrial action.
29 May 2019 : Members at Langports locked out for second time
Langports English College has again locked out IEU members for participating in protected action – this time for 3.5 days.
24 May 2019 : Members call on Langports to drop the lockout
On Friday 24 May, our union rallied to support our members at Langports English Language College who were lock out of their workplace for wearing union badges.
22 May 2019 : Teachers locked out for wearing badges
Teachers at Langports English College in Brisbane have been locked out of their workplace simply for wearing badges in support of fair and reasonable industrial claims.
3 May 2019 : Member action leads to secure jobs over contracts
Teacher members at a Queensland non-government school have secured permanent positions after being employed on rolling contracts for a number of years.
11 Apr 2019 : Change The Rules message rings out as election called
IEUA-QNT members joined with working people across the country at Change The Rules rallies held yesterday, 10 April 2019.
8 Apr 2019 : Members uniting this week to Change The Rules
On Wednesday, 10 April 2019, IEUA-QNT members will unite with union and community members to Change The Rules at rallies being held across Queensland.
Our union stands in solidarity with students who took strike action for climate justice on 15 March.
4 Feb 2019 : Members wear union colours with pride
Members showed their union pride on National Union T-Shirt Day!
18 Sep 2018 : Carinity members strike for arbitration
“2, 4, 6, 8 – it’s time to arbitrate!” was the rally cry that could be heard loud and clear today as members in Carinity Education schools stopped work for the fourth time in their fourteen month long negotiations.
Queensland Baptists’ outreach, Carinity Education, is placing its disadvantaged students at risk by refusing to agree to arbitration over long-running negotiations with staff.