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ADHC Departmental Committee update Implementation of state-wide bans

ADHC Departmental Committee update Implementation of state-wide bans

ADHC Departmental Committee update - Implementation of state-wide bans (PDF version) Members determined to fight to save their job security, pay and conditions and the ongoing quality of services that they deliver. Over 60% of Ageing, Disability and Home Care (ADHC) staff have indicated their intention to leave the disability sector without the safeguards and quality outcomes/services that ADHC currently provides. Our aim is to…

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Baird Government ignores community message on NDIS

Baird Government ignores community message on NDIS

Baird Government ignores community message on NDIS (PDF version) On 22 March 2015, Premier Mike Baird announced the accelerated roll out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) to children aged under 18 in the Penrith and Blue Mountains area. As usual, there was no prior consultation with any unions or the local community. Following this announcement, the PSA held an urgent meeting of members…

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Police Band Bulletin

Police Band Bulletin

Police Band Bulletin (PDF Version) Your union, the PSA, conducted a meeting at the Police Band premises on Wednesday, 15 April 2015. The purpose of the meeting was to seek your input regarding the negotiation of the Police Band Award. Attendees were briefed on the process of the negotiations and the consultation with members. Thank you to all who attended. In addition to your PSA…

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Ban on FACS Performance Development Program remains in place and current

Ban on FACS Performance Development Program remains in place and current

Ban on the FACS Performance Development Program (PDP) remains in place and current - 4 May 2015 (PDF Version) In July and August 2014 the PSA state Departmental Committees (DCs) for ADHC, Business Services, Home Care and Community Services voted to ban the FACS PDP due to concerns around how this may affect members’ employment. The wording of the ban is: All PSA members are…

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Grafton jail is looking better - The Daily Examiner

Grafton jail is looking better - The Daily Examiner

The PSA has been arguing for months that reopening Grafton gaol is the fastest and most economical way to deal with the overcrowding crisis in NSW prisons. Read The Daily Examiner article HERE

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