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  • Lismore CSO EA: Fact Check 2

    Another letter has been distributed by Catholic Employers in the Lismore Diocese regarding the progress of the Enterprise Agreement.

    12 Sep 2017
  • Breaking news: FWC grants IEU’s application for Protected Action Ballots

    Last night the FWC granted the IEU’s application for Protected Action Ballots in the 11 Catholic Dioceses.

    08 Sep 2017
  • Your views wanted

    Principals are invited to contribute to the IEU’s submission to the panel conducting the Review to Achieve Excellence in Australian Schools by Thursday 2 November.

    07 Sep 2017
  • Your meetings

    The IEU looks forward to meeting with principal members at forthcoming gatherings.

    07 Sep 2017
  • Principals’ wellbeing

    Research for the Australian Principal Health and Wellbeing Survey 2017 is now underway.

    07 Sep 2017
  • Thanks for your help

    Appreciation goes to Catholic systemic sector principals for their understanding and support during the current negotiations for the next enterprise agreement for teachers and general employees.

    07 Sep 2017
  • News release: Challenging the myths on early childhood education

    There are lots of myths circulating in society about the role and status of early childhood teachers. The Independent Education Union (IEU) is out to challenge those myths at its conference in Sydney this Saturday.

    07 Sep 2017
  • IEU receives letter of support from OECTA

    IEU has received a letter from the president of the Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association, Liz Stuart, in support of its position in the ongoing dispute with CCER.

    05 Sep 2017
  • Equal Pay Day

    The rules do not work for working women. Women make up 46.2% of the Australian workforce, yet women continue to earn less than men, are less likely to advance their careers as far as men and accumulate less superannuation savings.

    04 Sep 2017
  • News release: Employers put up roadblocks

    Catholic school teachers and support staff across NSW and the ACT are fighting for their right to take industrial action after the employer created a series of legal roadblocks to the Union's quest to be granted permission to strike by the Fair Work Commission.

    31 Aug 2017