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A recent case in a Queensland independent school has highlighted the risk of complacency around working conditions that aren’t protected within a collective agreement.
A recent Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) survey on the state of work health and safety in Australia has found that Australians are more than twice as likely to suffer an injury at work then to have a secure job.
The Queensland Industrial Relations Commission (QIRC) handed down a decision on 7 March 2019, which will impact the availability of workers’ compensation for teachers who sustain injuries while participating in activities with students, as Rachel Drew and…
26 Jul 2019 : Members left vulnerable after Commission decision
A recent Queensland Industrial Relations Commission decision has placed a serious question mark over whether members should be participating in excursions, camps, trips and outdoor education.
A Catholic school member has recently had their classification level increased from Graduate 2 to Proficient 3 following a union-assisted application to recognise prior experience – leading to a more than $10,000 salary increase.
When employers question whether or not their employees can carry
out the “inherent requirements” of their role, they are questioning the
employee’s ability to do their job.
A call to our union for advice has resulted in a member in the Early Childhood Education sector receiving their rightful entitlement to $2000 in unpaid superannuation and allowances.
Seeking the assistance of our Industrial Services team has resulted in the significant back payment of underpaid severance pay to IEUA-QNT members from the boarding house sector.
8 Sep 2016 : Who's watching? Surveillance in schools
A recent case of a Queensland Catholic employer using CCTV surveillance in a disciplinary matter with a kindergarten staff member has been the spotlight on this serious workplace issue once again.
17 Aug 2016 : Member secures $6000+ in under paid wages
The importance of seeking the assistance of our Industrial Services team has once more been highlighted after a teacher member recently securing over $6000 for underpayment of their wages.
With the help of our union’s Industrial Services Team, a member will soon return to work on a part-time basis following her maternity leave despite the initial request for such a flexible arrangement being denied by her principal.