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Corrective Services NSW: Ellipse to JSAP payroll migration

On Wednesday 24 November 2021, the PSA attended a meeting on the payroll migration from Ellipse to JSAP. The proposed date for the migration to the new system is 22 February 2022, allowing for a uniform payroll system across all areas of the Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ). You will notice a number of changes on your pay slip, including: A different ABN number,…

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DPIE COVID-19 Vaccination Policy: Members' update

On Wednesday 24 November, the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE)/Environment Protection Authority (EPA) provided its COVID-19 Vaccine Policy to the PSA and other unions as part of its consultation obligations. As part of that process, the PSA is seeking commentary from our members to formulate our response. This was consistent with the requirements set down by the NSW Government and part of agreements…

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Reminder: Community meeting and rally at Penrith RSL 5:00pm TODAY

Backlash against the decision to relocate the Penrith Radio Operations Centre to Surry Hills continues to build. On Tuesday 23 November, Shadow Minister for Police Walt Secord made a statement to Parliament condemning the decision.  You can read that statement HERE. The PSA subsequently wrote to Police Minister David Elliott to request he review the decision to rip jobs out of Western Sydney.  You can…

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Join the fight for secure jobs

Your union movement is hosting a month of action throughout the electorate of Eden-Monaro. Secretary of the ACTU, Sally McManus, and the Federal Member for Eden-Monaro, Kristy McBain MP, will be joined by union leaders, local activists, workers and more. Come join them at the Top Pub (Hotel Queanbeyan) to find out how you can get involved in the Secure Jobs Campaign. Event details Date Thursday…

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PSA SLSOs Facebook Page Hits 1K Members! Have you joined it yet?

In October this year the PSA launched a new and exciting SLSO Facebook page where School Learning Support Officers can share ideas, discuss hot topics, seek assistance and support, and keep informed and up to date on what is happening around the state. We are happy to report that the page has now hit over 1000 members! If you haven’t joined the SLSO’s PSA NSW page yet,…

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