Union Snaps

Unions say to no state government pay freeze

The NSW Government and Premier Gladys Berejiklian want to cap public sector pay increases at just 1.5% – forever.

IEU Secretary Mark Northam (pictured above) spoke at a rally of union members at NSW Parliament house supporting public sector workers and denouncing this destructive decision.

This pay cut hurts everybody – not just public sector workers.

IEU’s own songwriter, bass guitarist and union organiser Kendall Warren entertains with fellow band members at the Petersham Bowlo in November

Above left: Suzanne Macrae celebrating her birthday with Sharon Thorpe at St FrancisXavier Lake Cargelligo

Above right: Members vote ‘yes’ at St Thomas Aquinas Charnwood

Presentation to TMB/IEU Environment Grant winning school St Mary’s West Wyalong

Canberra Montessori School members discuss current issues about wages and conditions

Members vote ‘yes’ at St George Christian School

Peter Hawes of Marist College, Canberra receives his 30-year membership badge

Members receive their 30-year membership badges

Above left: Leigh Clarke of Holy Family, Kelso

Above centre: Steve Maguire of Catholic Education Office, Diocese of Bathurst

Above right: Richard Ryan presents Gavin Holmes from St James Primary School Banora Point