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Australian federal government failing to take the real steps to end violence and harassment at work.
11 Jun 2020 : Queensland government move will protect casuals
A new Queensland government initiative will offer critical financial support to casual workers who contract COVID-19.
21 May 2020 : Redundancies: knowing your rights
Members employed in the VET and ELICOS sectors must be aware of their rights, responsibilities and entitlements when it comes to redundancy, to ensure they receive the best possible advice and outcomes if a genuine redundancy occurs.
14 May 2020 : Australian Unions plan to rebuild our economy
The Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) has this week released a comprehensive blueprint for rebuilding the economy and restoring jobs in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.
IEU members employed in boarding houses and outdoor education centres attached to schools continue to face uncertainty.
13 May 2020 : JobKeeper: knowing your rights
It is vital that our members working the the VET and ELICOS sector know their rights and are fully informed about the terms and conditions of the federal government’s JobKeeper wage subsidy, following cases of misuse by some employers.
16 Apr 2020 : IEUA-QNT acts in face of Queensland employer inaction
The intention to open Queensland schools in Term 2 on the basis of a home-based learning model with limited student attendance on a school site, raises a number of operational considerations.
The ugly truth about the widespread nature of wage theft in Australia has finally been brought to public attention following George Calombaris’ $7.8 million wage theft scandal.
24 Mar 2016 : Applications Called for Organiser - NT Division
The Organiser position for the Northern Territory Division of our Union is now vacant due to the relocation of our current Organiser, Jacques Retief to the Bayside Branch of the QLD Division. NT Chapters are invited to share the application details within…
1 Sep 2015 : Good news for education graduates looking for work
The transition from study to work can be a daunting prospect, particularly in light of the recent survey results that show only 68% of 2014 graduates gained full-time employment within four months after graduation. But there is positive news for education…
20 May 2015 : State government set to restore fairness for QLD workers
12 Mar 2015 : Graduate Teachers face uncertain future
Graduating teachers have the odds stacked against them when it comes to securing a long term position, with more registered teachers than teaching jobs in Queensland.
Graduating teachers in Queensland have the odds stacked against them when it comes to securing a long term position, with more registered teachers than teaching jobs in Queensland.