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Pages with topic "Anglican"

24 Jul 2018 : Anglican school members secure initial wins, but still more to do

After almost 12 months of bargaining, Anglican school employees have voted to accept a new replacement collective agreement.
/news/archive/2018/july/anglican-school-members-secure-initial-wins-but-still-more-to-do

20 Jun 2018 : Employees endorse enhanced conditions in Anglican schools

Employees have voted to endorse the proposed Anglican schools' collective agreement.
/news/archive/2018/june/employees-endorse-enhanced-conditions-in-anglican-schools

5 Apr 2018 : Members lay clear path to resolve Anglican school negotiations

Anglican school members’ campaign for better balance has made further progress and positive developments at recent collective bargaining meetings — but significant issues remain to be addressed by employers.
/news/archive/2018/april/members-lay-clear-path-to-resolve-anglican-school-negotiations

19 Feb 2018 : New Year: new wage offer needed

At the end of 2017 IEUA-QNT members made their concerns regarding wages and workload clear to Anglican school employers.
/news/archive/2018/february/new-year-new-wage-offer-needed

2 Feb 2018 : Anglican members win employer commitment to $101k wage benchmark; campaign continues to address remaining issues

In their ongoing campaign for Better Balance in Queensland Anglican schools, members recorded a significant win late last year with the employer committing to the benchmark top step teacher wage of $101,000 in 2018.
/news/archive/2018/february/anglican-members-win-employer-commitment-to-101k-wage-benchmark

1 Nov 2017 : Anglican employers finally commit to $101,000 top teacher rate

After five months of negotiations and member action highlighting the growing wage disparity suffered by Anglican school teachers, the employers have finally committed to a top teacher rate of $101,000 in 2018.
/news/archive/2017/november/anglican-employers-finally-commit-to-101-000-top-teacher-rate

5 Jun 2015 : New Anglican agreement passes ballot in overwhelming majority - employer attack on conditions avoided

Anglican school employees have decided their future working conditions by clearly endorsing a new collective agreement in the recent employee ballot.
/news/archive/2015/june/new-anglican-agreement-passes-ballot-in-overwhelming-majority

25 Mar 2015 : Anglican employers stall negotiations over highly accomplished teacher demands

Employers seek Professional Standards Model that would obligate teachers to reach HAT status by their 9th year of teaching without any relevant HAT salary.
/news/archive/2015/march/anglican-employers-stall-negotiations-over-highly-accomplished-t

10 Mar 2015 : Anglican employer cuts HAT allowance

Anglican employer rejects employee position that teachers achieving highly accomplished status under the AITSL standards receive an allowance.
/news/archive/2015/march/anglican-employer-cuts-hat-allowance

25 Feb 2015 : Anglican employees put employers on notice

Employees in Queensland Anglican schools have sent employers a clear message about outstanding bargaining issues: they can do better.
/news/archive/2015/february/anglican-employees-put-employers-on-notice


Authorised by Terry Burke, Independent Education Union of Australia – Queensland & Northern Territory Branch, Brisbane.