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Community Corrections COVID update: Temperature testing

Community Corrections COVID update: Temperature testing

The PSA continues to have fortnightly meetings with Assistant Commissioner Sandra Crawford to discuss matters arising out of changed work practices through COVID. The PSA is also involved in the daily CSNSW Command Post briefings to be updated on day to day matters. The last bulletin update sent to members is available HERE. Community Corrections advised last week that hand-held thermometers were being distributed to…

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NSW Trustee and Guardian: Call recording

NSW Trustee and Guardian: Call recording

Members have advised that NSWTG has recorded phone conversations between employees without notice. The PSA is highly concerned about this, as such activity may be in breach of the Workplace Surveillance Act NSW 2005. Previously, the PSA’s understanding was that call recording by NSWTG would be limited to calls between NSWTG staff and NSWTG clients. The purpose of the call recording was to ensure quality…

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PSA/CPSU NSW rejects pay freeze

PSA/CPSU NSW rejects pay freeze

The NSW Government should be thanking its essential workers in the public sector for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic and the catastrophic fire season, not handing them a pay freeze. The public sector stopped the virus. It fought the fires. There is no group of worker in NSW more entitled to a pay increase. Public sector workers are the community. During the pandemic, many…

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Payment to short-term casuals at MAAS

Payment to short-term casuals at MAAS

MAAS casuals will have received notification by now as to whether they have been considered eligible for continuing payment equivalent to their average fortnightly earnings. The PSA has been contacted by some casuals who believe they should be eligible for the payment but have been notified otherwise. The PSA will advocate for any member who has incorrectly missed out on the payment.  As such we…

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How are you going?  We want to hear from you

How are you going? We want to hear from you

Last week the PSA sent out a bulletin and survey about your experiences returning to work on campus full time. The PSA is continuing to lobby the Department and working to ensure a range of concerns raised by members are listened to and resolved.  PSA staff have been contacting members and delegates to ensure the support staff are doing OK. Tell us what you think…

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