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Crown Street: nominations for a workplace delegate

Crown Street: nominations for a workplace delegate

Your union, the PSA, is calling on nominations for a workplace delegate for 90 Crown Street, Wollongong. Nominations for the above positions close 5pm, Friday 30 August 2019. Workplace delegates perform one of the most important roles in the union. As a delegate you are the day-to-day face of the union in the workplace. Delegates are the connecting key between PSA members in the workplace…

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Less Executive Assistants, WHS, performance development plans and more: Ministry of Health – Joint Consultative Committee meeting report 14 August 2019

Less Executive Assistants, WHS, performance development plans and more: Ministry of Health – Joint Consultative Committee meeting report 14 August 2019

Executive Assistants replaced by Executive Support Coordinators We expressed concerns about the Ministry’s failure to invite the PSA to a recent meeting when staff were briefed about changes on the Executive floor (level 11) where Executive Assistant roles will be deleted and replaced by Executive Support Coordinators. Other areas such as Offices of Deputy Secretaries will also be affected as a result of new reporting…

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Trustee and Guardian Workload Survey results

Trustee and Guardian Workload Survey results

Thank you to all the members who completed the PSA’s Workload Survey. The results of the survey are summarised below: The overwhelming majority of respondents, 90 per cent of members, expressed that they face workload pressures The majority of respondents, 40 per cent, advised they had accumulated more than 20 hours of unpaid work in the last six months The most significant factors underlying work…

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Conversion of temporary roles to ongoing roles

Conversion of temporary roles to ongoing roles

The PSA was advised on Wednesday, 21 August by your Executive Director, Paul O'Reilly, that there will be 47 Youth Officer temporary roles, for example 12 months or more, will be converted to ongoing roles with this to take effect immediately. For those members who have been placed on a long-term temporary line, this is welcome news as you will finally have recognition and certainty…

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Driver Testers: Change in Competency Assessment  pass mark

Driver Testers: Change in Competency Assessment pass mark

The PSA has written to Service NSW about the lack of consultation that has occurred with the recent changes to the ‘In-vehicle monitoring guidelines for assessing the Testing Officers delivery of the Class C Driving Test’, where the required pass mark has changed from 90 per cent to 95 per cent. You can read the letter HERE. The PSA is aware a number of Driver…

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