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12 May 2017 : Clubs seek to cut penalty rates by stealth

In a cruel move to cut workers’ wages, the Clubs Association is seeking the removal of the Clubs Award – a move which would force employees onto Awards which have already had their penalty rates stripped.
/news/archive/2017/may/clubs-seek-to-cut-penalty-rates-by-stealth

12 May 2017 : School officer’s salary increased by thousands following reclassification

A school officer member received an increase to their annual salary of almost $6,000 after applying for reclassification with assistance from our union.
/news/archive/2017/may/school-officers-salary-increased-by-thousands-following-reclassi

2 May 2017 : Record turnout at Labour Day / May Day celebrations

Unionists turned out in force over the Labour Day / May Day long weekend, with a record 30,000 marching in Brisbane alone.
/news/archive/2017/may/record-turnout-at-labour-day-may-day-celebrations

17 Mar 2017 : Students’ futures at risk as Federal Government fails on ECE funding

The future for Australian students and employees in the early childhood education sector again remains uncertain with the federal government yet to confirm Universal Access funding past the end of this year.
/news/archive/2017/march/students-futures-at-risk-as-federal-government-fails-on-ece-fund

16 Mar 2017 : Conditions lost due to collective complacency

The dangers of complacency and a lack of collective strength when it comes to working rights and conditions as well as the merciless of some employers has been highlighted at one independent school in Queensland recently.
/news/archive/2017/march/conditions-lost-due-to-collective-complacency

16 Mar 2017 : Harmony Day: celebrating our diversity

Held every year on 21 March, Harmony Day is a celebration of our cultural diversity – a day of cultural respect for everyone who calls Australia home.
/news/archive/2017/march/harmony-day-celebrating-our-diversity

16 Mar 2017 : Member’s $2000 underpayment corrected after call to our union

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.
/news/archive/2017/march/member-s-2000-underpayment-corrected-after-call-to-our-union

16 Mar 2017 : Enough is enough: campaign to save penalty rates continues

On 9 March IEUA-QNT members joined with thousands of concerned community and union members in Brisbane to protest the Fair Work Commission’s (FWC) decision to cut penalty rates.
/news/archive/2017/march/enough-is-enough-campaign-to-save-penalty-rates-continues

24 Feb 2017 : QCE Awards reflect quality education in the non-government sector

The dedication and professionalism of IEUA-QNT members and employees in the Queensland non-government sector has again been reinforced with the announcement of the 2016 QCE Award recipients.
/news/archive/2017/february/qce-awards-reflect-quality-education-in-the-non-government-secto

24 Feb 2017 : Union advice highlights Long Service Leave entitlement for members on rolling contracts

A recent case involving incorrect employer advice regarding access to Long Service Leave (LSL) for those employed on a fixed-term contract basis has highlighted the need for members to contact their union for advice in the first instance.
/news/archive/2017/february/union-advice-highlights-long-service-leave-entitlement-for-membe

24 Feb 2017 : Uncertainty over proposed Paid Parental Leave cuts continues

This week’s announcement by One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson that she would not support the federal government’s proposed plans to cut crucial Paid Parental Leave (PPL) creates ongoing uncertainty for workers.
/news/archive/2017/february/uncertainty-over-proposed-paid-parental-leave-cuts-continues

24 Feb 2017 : Evocca College sackings condemned

Today’s announcement of further staff redundancies and campus closures at Evocca College has been condemned.
/news/archive/2017/february/evocca-college-sackings-condemned

23 Feb 2017 : Almost one million workers face penalty rate cuts

Almost one million Australian workers are facing up to a $6,000 hit to their pay packets after the Fair Work Commission (FWC) handed down a decision on Thursday to slash penalty rates.
/news/archive/2017/february/almost-one-million-workers-face-penalty-rate-cuts

23 Feb 2017 : New provisions helping members protect their PPCT

Having secured new provisions to protect planning, preparation and correction time (PPCT) in their latest collective agreement, members in Queensland Catholic Chapters are now actively ensuring these provisions are operating effectively in their schools.
/news/archive/2017/february/new-provisions-helping-members-protect-their-ppct

25 Nov 2016 : Ruthlessness of VET sector revealed as ACTE restructures again

The volatile nature of the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector has been put under the spotlight again this week as staff at major employer Australian College of Training and Employment (ACTE) face redundancies due to a major restructure.
/news/archive/2016/november/ruthlessness-of-vet-sector-revealed-as-acte-restructures-again

25 Nov 2016 : C&K backtracks following member campaign but remains determined to cut super

A member-led community campaign to protect the working conditions of employees in C&K Branch Centre kindergartens has seen the employer drop plans to cut redundancy provisions and direct staff to undertake additional duties during recess time.
/news/archive/2016/november/candk-backtracks-following-member-campaign-but-remains-determine

25 Nov 2016 : Passing of Registered Organisations Bill an attack on union movement

After more than two years of failed attempts, the Turnbull government—with the assistance of crossbench senators—has succeeded in passing the Registered Organisations Bill through the Senate.
/news/archive/2016/november/passing-of-registered-organisations-bill-an-attack-on-union-move

25 Nov 2016 : Members give generously for TRAPSA

IEUA-QNT members continue to generously support the Teachers for Refugees and People Seeking Asylum (TRAPSA) donation drive.
/news/archive/2016/november/members-give-generously-for-trapsa

25 Nov 2016 : Members recognise significance of Domestic Violence Leave on White Ribbon Day

White Ribbon Day holds special significance to Independent Education Union Queensland and Northern Territory (IEUA-QNT) members as they acknowledge the inclusion of domestic violence leave in their collective agreements.
/news/archive/2016/november/catholic-school-staff-recognise-significance-of-domestic-violenc

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