A Local Branch is a grouping of 10 or more members of the Queensland Nurses and Midwives’ Union (QNMU) and is usually based on an individual or group of workplaces, a geographical area or special interest of members. Local Branches are the ‘building blocks’ of the QNMU’s democratic framework. The role of the Local Branch is to promote membership participation and facilitate consultation and two-way communication between QNMU members and officials.
This information sheet outlines what is a local branch, what do they do, how do I know if I'm connected to a QNMU local branch, how do you set up a new local branch, what happens after you have formed your new local branch, what is a steering committee, how often should your local branch hold a meeting of members and further information.
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Activism,Organisational,QNMU Branches,Working for you,Workplace Health Safety
Creation Date: 25 Aug 2022
Latest Update: 04 Nov 2022
Date Authored: 01 Jan 2021
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