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Bulletin: icare HR/Flex survey

The PSA would like to thank members for the overwhelming response we received to our HR/Flex system survey.

So many members took the time to complete the survey and more than 70 per cent of respondents indicated they have problems with the new system. This should be ringing alarm bells for icare management.

The areas creating the most difficulties for members are:

  • Accurately capturing flex time accrued
  • Visibility of your flex balance/entitlements
  • Visibility of old time sheets
  • Defaulting to overtime
  • Defaulting to 1 hour lunch breaks
  • Too many emails and having to submit/approve weekly.

The PSA, along with your Delegates, will be raising members’ feedback to the survey with icare management at the upcoming Joint Consultative Committee meeting. This meeting is scheduled for Thursday 26 August.

Your Delegates

Kent street
Annemarie Manning
Michelina Bell
Maryam Freeman

Parramatta
Rosemary Birt
Geraldine Waters

Newcastle
Linda Lulham

There are currently two vacant Delegate positions on your Departmental Committee; one at the Gosford office and one at the Kent Street office.

If any member would be interested in filling one of these positions, please contact a Delegate or your Organiser Graydon at .

There are undoubtedly difficult times ahead with the ongoing NSW lockdown. Now, more than ever, it is vital to be a part of the PSA. Please encourage your colleagues to join the union at www.psa.asn.au/join.

If members have other issues that need to be addressed, please don’t hesitate to contact your local Delegate or PSA Organiser Graydon Plumridge at . You can also call the PSA on 1300 772 679.

 

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