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PSA wins reinstatement and backpay for prison officer

PSA wins reinstatement and backpay for prison officer

The PSA has had a significant victory on behalf of a Port Macquarie Corrective Services Officer who had been dismissed. The Industrial Relations Commission ordered the member be reinstated and paid the wages lost since his dismissal in September 2013. The PSA had attempted to settle the matter with Corrective Services through the conciliation process but were rebuffed by the Department. The matter was then…

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Senior Executive Change bulletin

Senior Executive Change bulletin

Senior Executive Change bulletin June 2014 (PDF Version) Background In February 2013, the NSW Government introduced a new senior executive classification which transfers senior officers from the award based system to ongoing contracts. The GSE Act came into force on 24 February 2014 and since then the finer details and full impact of the senior executive reforms are being revealed. From the date of commencement:…

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Community Services Bulletin - PSA Advice re E-Learning

Community Services Bulletin - PSA Advice re E-Learning

Members will be aware of the E-Learning modules which have been rolled out to FaCS employees to train staff on important policies being implemented in all FaCS agencies. On 28 May 2014 the Community Services Departmental Committee (DC) delegates met to discuss this implementation, the policies and the e-learning modules. The main focus of the discussion was around the failure of FaCS to have meaningful…

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RMS Award - current draft before arbitration

RMS Award - current draft before arbitration

Please follow this link to view the current draft award that the PSA delegates and industrial officials have been negotiating. Roads & Maritime Services Consolidated Salaried Award 2014 - DRAFT without prejudice as at 22.05.2014 V3 (PDF Version LARGE) An update on negotiations is currently being developed for members and will be sent out shortly.

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Life outside jail proves fatal - The Sydney Morning Herald

Life outside jail proves fatal - The Sydney Morning Herald

Half way houses run by the State Government have been closed. These catered for offenders who had finished their sentences but required assistance in re-adjusting to normal life or who were awaiting the implementation of their parole conditions. Without this service, offenders either spend longer inside a correctional facility at great cost to the public or enter the community unsupported, greatly increasing their chance of…

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