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Caseworkers criticise NSW ChildStory IT platform – it News

“We have grave concerns that reports regarding children at risk will be lost or unable to be recorded during the festive season, which is traditionally a demanding time upon the system,” said PSA Assistant General Secretary, Troy Wright. Read the full it News article HERE.

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Govt spends tens of millions on consultants, tries to block pay rise for disability workers

Govt spends tens of millions on consultants, tries to block pay rise for disability workers

PSA media release The Public Service Association (PSA) has slammed the $10 million rise in the budget for consultants in one public sector agency alone while the Government cuts jobs and argues against a 2.5% pay rise for disability care workers. “The Treasurer can defend the expenditure on the basis the Government is undertaking “unprecedented and complicated reforms” but what he doesn’t say is that…

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Kids put in the same motels as crims - The Sunday Telegraph

Kids put in the same motels as crims - The Sunday Telegraph

“Children are being removed from situations of risk every week across NSW and placed in completely unsuitable, insecure and potentially dangerous accommodation,” PSA Assistant General Secretary, Troy Wright told the Sunday Telegraph as the PSA launches the Safe Hands campaign.

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Concerns over the privatisation of disability services – ABC TV

Concerns over the privatisation of disability services – ABC TV

PSA Assistant General Secretary, Troy Wright underscores the PSA’s main concern with the privatisation of disability services: many will land heavily in the state’s hospitals, mental health facilities and even prisons, areas lacking expertise in specialist disability care.

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2017 Salaries Claim – update

2017 Salaries Claim – update

The Crown Employees (Public Service – Salaries 2016) Award expires on 30 June 2017, along with awards covering the salaries of members in Local Land Services, IPART, ICAC, Audit Office and Urban Growth. In January 2017, the PSA commenced the process of securing the next salary rise for members covered by these awards. In February, after discussions at Central Council, we submitted a formal request…

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