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Several IEUA-QNT members have been acknowledged for their outstanding contributions within the Queensland Catholic education community at this year’s Spirit of Catholic Education Awards.
Two Catholic employers, Toowoomba Catholic Schools Office (TCSO) and Downlands College (Toowoomba) have reneged on the provisions in the new Queensland Catholic Schools’ collective agreements – deciding not to back pay employees who have left their employ…
27 Aug 2020 : Two Catholic employers renege on back pay as QCEC struggle with FWC approval of agreements
Toowoomba Catholic Schools Office (TCSO) and Downlands College (Toowoomba) have decided to renege on the provisions in the Queensland Catholic Schools’ collective agreements and not back-pay employees who have left employment before approval of the agreem…
Brisbane Catholic Education’s (BCE) shameful decision to close Seton College is a blatant sell-out of students, parents and staff.
10 Aug 2020 : Careers you can count on needed for school officers as classification review commences in Queensland Catholic sector
A review of outdated school officer classifications and pay structures has commenced in Queensland Catholic schools, following the implementation of new enterprise agreements.
IEUA-QNT members in the Queensland Catholic sector are to be commended for their dedication to pursuing the long-overdue provisions needed to better recognise senior and middle leadership positions.
This time next week members in Queensland Catholic schools will be voting in the employers’ electronic ballot of their proposed agreement.
Mechanisms to address workload and work intensification, wages, as well as matters related to middle leaders and school counsellors must be addressed by Queensland Catholic school employers in order to resolve the current collective bargaining negotiation…
18 Nov 2019 : Members take action over workload crisis: 196 Queensland Catholic schools authorised to strike today
Over 7000 Queensland Catholic school teachers and support staff from 196 Catholic schools across Queensland are authorised to take strike action today (Tuesday 19 November) as part of protected industrial action.
31 May 2019 : How valued is your leadership role?
Longstanding deficiencies with middle and senior leader arrangements will be a priority to resolve in the current Queensland Catholic school negotiations, as Assistant Secretary Brad Hayes reports.
Teachers applying for Highly Accomplished Teacher (HAT) and Lead Teacher will face intensive process for certification.
24 May 2018 : Catholic employers still in denial on middle leaders
Queensland Catholic school employers have insisted there is no problem with rates paid to middle leaders, despite members overwhelmingly endorsing the need to recognise and reward their work.
Staff in Queensland Catholic schools have overwhelmingly endorsed enhanced teacher classifications and salaries in a ballot which closed on Tuesday.
18 Oct 2017 : Campaign for Middle Leader recognition hits the radio
Radio advertisements air across Queensland calling for a just and proper resolution to the middle (and senior) leader wage rates under consideration by the Teacher Classification Review Joint Working Party.
A new initiative, supported by our union and affiliates of the Queensland Council of Unions (QCU), is bringing together school students across the Toowoomba region in an effort to promote racial tolerance and harmony in their community.
Applications are open for graduating teachers to fill positions in 2017 across a range of Queensland Catholic schools.
Catholic sector members are seeking to escalate their campaign with a new protected action ballot to consider additional protected actions as authorised members stop work for the seventh time later this week.
QLD Catholic employers have failed to listen to employee concerns put to their representatives at the Single Bargaining Unit (SBU) meetings. Chapters now asked to endorse a campaign which both focuses on each employer and makes the broader community aware…
19 Jun 2015 : Catholic publication commended
Members have welcomed a new publication from the Australian Catholic Council for Employment Relations (ACCER), Good Works: The Catholic Church as an Employer in Australia, noting its positive contribution to the treatment of Australian workers.