About 900 education staff across the state could see their weekly pay docked by between $25 and $90
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The federal aged care minister, Anika Wells, says Queensland teachers facing a pay cut for refusing to get vaccinated against Covid-19 are dealing with “the consequences of that choice”.
The state’s Department of Education is finalising disciplinary action against about 900 public schoolteachers, aides, administration staff and cleaners who did not comply with a directive to get vaccinated. There are about 54,000 teachers employed across the state.
Read the original article at The Guardian