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Central Coasties, have your say on your work and commute

Central Coasties, have your say on your work and commute

COVID-19 has changed the way some of us work and how some of us commute. Some local and regional MPs are asking constituents what they think and what their experiences are. One, the Member for Gosford, wants to hear from Central Coast residents about opportunities for our community. You can complete the survey here: www.research.net/r/WorkFromHomeSurvey2020 Many of our members live on the Central Coast and…

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Backpay win for One-Day Journey Meal Allowances

Backpay win for One-Day Journey Meal Allowances

The PSA recently advised members of a significant win with regards to meal allowances on one-day journeys, after a dispute about incorrect payment dating back to 2018. You can read the previous bulletin HERE. This is of particular relevance to members in various Non-Custodial and Community Corrections roles. The PSA has now had further discussions with CSNSW about how it will be rectified and all…

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Crown Solicitor’s Office: Restructure of Finance & Support Services and Enterprise Systems

Crown Solicitor’s Office: Restructure of Finance & Support Services and Enterprise Systems

As discussed at the last members’ meeting, the Crown Solicitor’s Office (CSO) had advised the PSA of the planned Restructure of Finance & Support Services and Enterprise Systems. The relevant documents can be found HERE. Throughout 2020 members have expressed serious concerns with the Elite system. In the draft Restructure Management Plan, the changes proposed by the CSO in the current Change Management Plan are…

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Prison Officers Vocational Branch: Executive Overseer Position

Prison Officers Vocational Branch: Executive Overseer Position

In November 2020 the PSA/Prison Officers Vocational Branch (POVB) met with representatives from all sub branches for the POVB Management Committee meeting. At the meeting it was put to the delegates that the Executive should have a seventh position. The position recommended is Vice Chairperson Overseer. This position is for an overseer only to hold. This decision was made as it was felt we needed…

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Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions: Workload and workload weighting

Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions: Workload and workload weighting

As members would be aware, the existing Workload Management Agreement (WMA), which remains in force, was negotiated and signed on 13 December 2004 by Gary Corkill, Manager of Personnel Services. A copy of this agreement is attached HERE. As part of the existing WMA, a lawyer’s practice is to range from 22 to 28 in the city (average 25), and 15 to 22 in the…

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