Industrial relations legislation - Award stripping - Contracts - Industrial action - Powers of QIRC
The QTU is conducting a ballot of school members to authorise a 24 hour strike if the government proceeds with a number of GT-GR actions that will violate the current EB agreements.
Information for members: School closures | Queensland Teachers = Quality Teachers | Update your details
Important information for QTU members this election.
New "advice" issued by DETE reveals how the state government's latest changes to IR legislation target unions and their efforts to represent their members ... read the latest Members Newsflash for details.
Public Education Day | Save your say campaign | Gonski events | 2013 Teacher transfer update
The state government continues to churn out ill-informed announcements with major implications for the working conditions of teachers, without any consultation with the QTU. It's time for you to have your say - organise a workplace meeting to discuss the proposals. For more information, read the latest Newsflash
Rally - Wednesday April 17 - Government risks Gonski reforms - Government Great Teachers = Great Results “Plan” - Actions you can take
Let's keep up the pressure on the state government to come to an agreement. Also, a petition has been launched calling for the changes to the staffing model to be reversed.
Member Newsflash : PD policy challenged in Qld Industrial Relations Commission | Minister's Gonski back flip
Queensland to come up with its own funding model - Queensland Education Minister
Information for QTU members regarding QTU relief and assistance to members affected by natural disasters and DETE grants for lost teaching resources
This year sees the QCT introduce the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers, which will have implications for both provisionally registered and fully registered teachers. Read more ...
Latest QTU Newsflash: Teachers' agreement certified | Schools staffing campaign
Member Newsflash: The QTU and the State Government have reached in-principle agreement over a revised EB7 offer that will now go to members for ballot. Read more here...
The implementation of the package of work bans and limitations has been postponed until Monday 15 October, based on the progress of negotiations in the QIRC yesterday.
QTU members across Queensland have voted overwhelmingly to support work bans, work limitations and a 24-hour stoppage...
The final figures in the QTU ballot for EB7 industrial action show overwhelming support for both a 24-hour strike on Tuesday 16 October and the implementation of a package of eight work bans and counting has commenced in the Electoral Commission of Queensland (ECQ) ballot in which more than 22,000 members voted
Member newsflash: Updates on the state budget and staffing; What members can do; Update on the EB7 protected industrial action ballots.
What are the issues? - EB7ballot reminder - Catholic teachers strike - Stand for Queensland :day of action
The QTU strongly advises that schools should not nominate or submit an EOI to become an Independent Public School (IPS)
The Government has once again passed a series of changes to the Industrial Relations Act that attacks the working conditions of public servants, without any attempt to consult with unions.
These changes were made in response to a Supreme Court challenge by unions to a directive issued by the Public Service Commissioner on Tuesday 31 July, which attempted to over-ride the job security and maximisation of permanency provisions in public sector awards and agreements.
Tuesday 21 August at 5.00pm – 6.00pm This rally will be web-streamed live
QTU Member Newsflash: EB7 negotiations update, protected industrial action ballot, day of action date claimer
In this issue: EB7 update; Independent Public Schools; LCCs; and teaching and learning audits.
Members have returned ballots with an overwhelming rejection of the government’s offer.
With two weeks before the nominal expiry date of the DETE Teachers’ Certified Agreement (the agreement) the EB7 campaign has reached an important time. Find out why we need to act now here...
It is the unanimous decision of the QTU Executive that the offer be rejected. Consequently, it is recommended that members vote NO in this ballot. Why you should vote NO ...
The QTU Executive met this morning and rejected the EB package offered by the government yesterday morning and distributed directly to members by the department late yesterday. The QTU will seek to continue negotiations next Tuesday.
First term of 2012 will be a busy one for the Union with some significant campaigns in full flight. Read more here