Pages with topic "Member Action"
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.
30 Aug 2018 : Carinity teachers strike over cuts to working conditions
Teachers and support staff working at two Queensland Baptists’ outreach schools in Sunnybank and Hervey Bay stopped work for four hours on 30 August 2018.
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.
Employees have voted to endorse the proposed Anglican schools' collective agreement.
15 Jun 2018 : Members fend off holiday time grab
Members at a Queensland independent school have faced a serious attack on their holiday time with the employer directing staff to attend work during this period.
24 May 2018 : Members protect school officers from underpayment
School officers and services staff working for a major Catholic employer have had their wage payments corrected after an employer error in calculating annualised salaries left staff short-changed.
24 May 2018 : Next generation of IEUA-QNT activists emerge
Our union brought together a dedicated group of early career activists at last week’s NexGen Conference to consider and help build the future of our union.
Teachers and support staff working in Carinity Education schools (an outreach of Queensland Baptists) in Brisbane, Gladstone and Hervey Bay will stop work on 24 April 2018 in protest of their employer’s plan to create second-tier teachers in Queensland.
The campaign in support of the 85 sacked workers at Shalom Christian College entered a new phase on Thursday in the Fair Work Commission (FWC).
24 Nov 2017 : 2017 in review: significant achievements for our union
As December fast approaches and students ready themselves to walk through the school gates for the last time in 2017, many members will inevitably find themselves reflecting on the year that was.
24 Nov 2017 : Carinity Education wants workers stripped of conditions
Joining a long list of employers such as Streets and Murdoch University, Carinity Education is attempting to leverage unfair industrial rules to attack working conditions.
26 Oct 2017 : Protected action possible at Carinity Education as employer seeks to create second-tier teacher
Teachers and school support staff working in Carinity Education schools in Brisbane, Rockhampton, Gladstone and Hervey Bay were set to vote on taking protected industrial action at the time of publication in early November following an employer attack on …
10 Oct 2017 : Carinity Education staff to vote on protected industrial action after employer attacks working conditions
Teachers and school support staff working in Carinity Education schools in Brisbane, Rockhampton, Gladstone and Hervey Bay will vote on taking protected industrial action following an employer attack on their current working conditions.
The collective action and strength of IEUA-QNT members at the St Augustine’s College (Ipswich) Chapter has resulted in a significant win on lost Middle Leader Release Time (MLRT).
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