WIN – Super victory over CBA

Queensland members of the Finance Sector Union are among members delivered a major win as the Commonwealth Bank (CBA) announced that it will pay employees $16.7 million in unpaid entitlements.

FIGHT – DV leave for all workers

The call for domestic violence leave to be incorporated into national employment standards gains momentum, with Queensland unions leading the way. Queensland’s public sector agencies and many private industry employers

WIN – Community Alliance makes impact

The Queensland Community Alliance – of which unions are founding members – says the recent state election result is a wake-up call to ensure community leaders focus on issues that

WIN – Breakthrough for Shalom staff

The Independent Education Union of Australia (QLD and NT Branch) has made a breakthrough in achieving greater assistance for members at the Shalom Christian College secondary school in Townsville, which was

WIN – JCU staff win better deal

After defeating a non-union ballot in September, NTEU and Together, with the support of the ETU and UV, finally won a new Enterprise Agreement with James Cook University which will

FIGHT – ETU wants safety laws widened

The Electrical Trades Union has called on the Northern Territory’s Gunner Government to urgently introduce industrial manslaughter laws in the wake of the tragic death of a worker at the

WIN – Ambos vote for pay parity

There’s been a recent win for United Voice ambulance officers who have voted yes for pay parity. In October, after intense lobbying from United Voice, the State government gave the

FIGHT – Nurse-patient ratios in aged care

The Queensland Nurses and Midwives’ Union has called for the introduction of legislated nurse numbers in aged care facilities. QNMU Secretary Beth Mohle said the push for legislated nurse numbers