Member action leads to priority COVID-19 vaccinations

IEU member action has played a key role in securing priority vaccinations for education workers in Queensland.

NCCD survey shines spotlight on workloads

The significant workload and work intensification caused by the NCCD as well as subsequent stress for members, is the focus of a new IEU survey.

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IEU activists in the spotlight

Nominations are now open for our union’s annual Member Awards, which are held each year to recognise the dedication and contribution of outstanding IEU-QNT member activists.

Paid leave makes crucial difference during pandemic

The action taken by IEU members to secure paid pandemic leave in many of our workplaces has made a crucial difference during this health crisis.

Principals continue to face workplace violence and burnout

Over the past ten years, school leaders have faced an increasing rate of bullying, physical violence, threats of violence, slander, sexual and verbal harassment.

Talent shines in Art Design Awards and Literary Competition

Despite the challenges of the pandemic, our union continues to support and foster the creative talents of students across Queensland and the Northern Territory.

Government presides over insecure work shame

Job security is intrinsically linked to workers’ wellbeing, yet the rate of secure employment continues to decline.

Respect@Work lite leaves workers vulnerable

The federal government has missed a landmark opportunity to address workplace harassment following the passage of its watered-down Respect@Work legislation.

Major win for McCain workers

After facing two unlawful lockouts, McCain workers in Tasmania have secured a major win on their wages and conditions.

Discussions continue on school officer classification

The school officer classification structure review for Queensland Catholic schools continues, with both school and member-based
trials of a proposed-new model now undertaken.

IEUA speaks on Quality Initial Teacher Education Review

Our federal office has raised the voices of our 75,000 members across the country in the federal government’s review into quality Initial Teacher Education (ITE).

NCCD survey shines spotlight on workloads

The significant workload and work intensification caused by the NCCD as well as subsequent stress for members, is the focus of a new IEU survey.

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