Pages with topic "Collective Bargaining"
Employees at an independent school with a number of sites across Queensland would have their hard fought for working conditions effectively stripped back to just those contained in the Modern Award under their employer’s proposed log of claims.
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
21 Feb 2017 : PMSA Collective Bargaining
17 Aug 2016 : C&K members’ entitlements at risk
Crèche and Kindergarten Association (C&K) has refused to accept the recent wage outcomes for teachers in the Queensland state and Catholic school sectors as a benchmark for C&K teachers.
The achievement by members of a $101,000 salary for top automatic step classroom teacher in the Queensland Catholic sector has set a new benchmark for the remuneration of teachers across the sector and the state.
Having endorsed their new agreement in an employee ballot this week, members at Brisbane Grammar school will become the first in the Queensland non-government school sector to have access to 10 days paid domestic violence leave.
3 Jun 2016 : Queensland Lutheran Schools Collective Bargaining
27 May 2016 : UK plan to privatise schools condemned
Ongoing plans by the UK government to privatise schools and place its educators working rights at risk has been condemned by the IEUA.
As collective bargaining negotiations continue, Queensland Lutheran school employees have rejected their employer’s “insulting” 2.2% wage offer which would leave employees the lowest paid in the Australian Lutheran sector.
5 May 2016 : Queensland Lutheran school employees would be lowest paid in the country under employer wage offer
Queensland Lutheran school employers have responded to members’ claim for comparable wages with their colleagues in South Australian Lutheran schools by making an inadequate wage offer of 2.2% per annum.
Members at Canterbury College are set for significant enhancements to their working conditions after endorsing their new collective agreement late last month.
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…
15 Jun 2015 : Funding figures not in dispute as employers remain wedded to incomprehensible wage position
Queensland Catholic school employers continue to dispute the employee position that there should be comparability of teacher rates to that of a major interstate Catholic employer, namely NSW Catholic Diocesan despite acknowledging the accuracy of funding …
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.
20 May 2015 : State government set to restore fairness for QLD workers
Employers seek Professional Standards Model that would obligate teachers to reach HAT status by their 9th year of teaching without any relevant HAT salary.
20 Mar 2015 : The Lutheran Agreement provides for:
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.