On Thursday, April 30, an extraordinary meeting was held between your union, the Union of Workers (UWU) and the QML. This was an opportunity to discuss the handling of “job security agreements” and annual leave applications that have been made in your workplace and to express concerns about how to deal with QML. The following awards and agreements apply to Queensland Health employees: At your business meeting on Monday, September 14, management expressed concern that, due to the current circumstances, they are unable to meet the financial obligations of what they offered in March. While the awards are presented by the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission (QIRC), agreements are negotiated by Queensland Health and Queensland Health staff representatives. After the agreement of the staff members covered by the proposed agreement (as part of a voting procedure), the agreements are certified by the QIRC. Primary employment conditions for the majority of Queensland Health employees are imposed by bonuses and agreements. Negotiations on your QML agreement are imminent! Your enterprise agreement expired on June 30. Queensland Health has seven important agreements that prescribe wages and other conditions of employment for workers (excluding executives and executives). Mater said they were trying again to give HP employees a vote to accept your agreement. On Tuesday, representatives of your union met with Mater`s management to advance your HP collective agreement. Mater presented a new position to resolve the negotiation process in order to reach an agreement.

Health doctors and dentists – no change as a modern price already operated Calvary Health Care Tasmania (Lenah Valley – St John Campuses) Nursing Enterprise Agreement 2016 . Healthe Care Australia (North West Private Hospital) Nurses Enterprise Agreement 2019 Healthscope Limited Hobart Nurses Enterprise Agreement 2016-2020 Nurses and Midwives (Queensland Health and Department of Education) Certified Agreement (EB10) 2018 Mater management have agreed to be convened a weekly consultative forum to promote a consistent approach to manage the COVID-19 crisis and spread changes as they occur. The first meeting took place on Monday, April 6, the second today (April 14). Queensland Public Health Sector Certified Agreement (No 10) 2019 . . Queensland Health Building, Engineering – Maintenance Services Certified Agreement (No.7) 2019 Australian Health Practitioner Agency Regulation Enterprise Agreement 2019-2022 Anglicare Tasmania Anglicare Tasmania Inc. Collective Agreement 2014 Hobart Clinic (The) The Hobart Clinic Nurses Enterprise Agreement 2019 Yesterday, at the ABE meeting, Mater Management said it would vote on its ABE proposal. A number of Together members expressed concern about inconsistent procedures to prevent the transmission of COVID-19, to protect high-risk staff, patients and visitors, and to the lack of appropriate PPE. Australian Red Cross Lifeblood Donor Services and Nuring Enterprise Agreement Victoria and Tasmania 2019 . Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workforce (Queensland Health) Certified Agreement (No.

1) 2019 Health Practitioners and Dental Officers (Queensland Health) Certified Agreement (No.3) 2019 Your union office has obtained proactive information from Healthe Care on its COVID-19 projects. It is important for members to be aware of their demands and responsibilities in the workplace at this time. You can see what the health care directorate has asked for here and Healthe Care has provided this information. You will find what is required by law in this document. If you have any doubts or questions about this, please contact your union at the privatehealth@together.org.au. But we will work together in this work. We sincerely hope that you will all be safe in today`s challenging environment in the midst of this unprecedented pandemic.