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  • Wasn't this for positive support?

    The Principal Standard was reportedly for principals’ support and development, not disciplinary purposes.

    18 Jun 2019
  • ERO and Work Value Case

    The Union headed back to the Fair Work Commission (FWC) on Tuesday 11 June as we enter into the final stages of our ongoing Equal Remuneration Order (ERO) and Work Value cases.

    18 Jun 2019
  • IEUA NSW/ACT 2019 Support Staff Conference

    Our values are a fundamental part of who we are – our guiding principles. The 2019 Support Staff Conference will explore how our core values represent our highest priorities and are deeply held driving forces.

    17 Jun 2019
  • IEUA NSW/ACT 2019 Early Childhood Conference

    The changing nature of the early childhood profession and the impact on our early childhood teachers.

    12 Jun 2019
  • IEU lobbies on behalf of early childhood services regarding Assessment and Ratings

    The IEU has been contacted by more than 20 individual early childhood services in addition to a group of 40 regional services with concerns about the current National Quality Standards Assessment and Ratings process (A&R).

    05 Jun 2019
  • Join in June recruitment campaign

    The Union is launching a member recruitment initiative called 'Join in June' which aims both to promote the work of Independent Education Union and at encourage potential members to join and participate in their industrial and professional organisation at their own workplace.

    31 May 2019
  • Fair Work Commission Annual Wage Review

    The Fair Work Commission has today granted award-reliant workers a 3% increase, which will take effect from the first full pay period on or after 1 July.

    30 May 2019
  • Dan Tehan reappointed Minister for Education

    Dan Tehan, Federal Member for Wannon, will retain his portfolio as Minister for Education under Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s newly announced cabinet, in a role that also oversees the early childhood education and care sector.

    28 May 2019
  • Sorry Day and Reconciliation Week

    Yesterday marked National Sorry Day and the beginning of Reconciliation Week. In recognising this, we acknowledge members of the Stolen Generations and support the continued journey of healing for indigenous people in Australia.

    27 May 2019
  • Intergenerational impacts

    New research has demonstrated that quality early childhood education programs can impact life outcomes in ways that span generations.

    27 May 2019