Over the past month, 14 United Voice Queensland school cleaners and teacher aides have taken time out from their roles to work full-time with the union.
They’ve done a fantastic job visiting schools across the state, talking with their colleagues and fellow members about the main priorities for upcoming collective bargaining.
As a result of these conversations, about 800 new members from the education sector have joined the United Voice family!
We know that standing united in the fight for improved wages and conditions is vital.
With even more strength behind them, teacher aides and school cleaners are in a powerful position when bargaining begins.
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