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LPI payment changes update

LPI payment changes update

LPI Payment changes update - 22 June 2017 (PDF Version) The PSA understands the changeover to ARI by the 1 July is expected. Part of this changeover from the PSA’s perspective is to update payment information. What this means for PSA members While most members actually do direct debit their payments from bank accounts or credit cards, there are still between 70 and 80 members…

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Government and Corporate Services Procurement feedback

Government and Corporate Services Procurement feedback

Government and Corporate Services Procurement feedback - June 2017 (PDF version) The PSA met with Management on Wednesday 14 June to discuss its responses to the PSA’s feedback on the Procurement and Workplace RMP. This feedback can be accessed HERE. Management confirmed it had made some changes in light of the extensive union feedback. However, when pressed on exact detail of the changes it was…

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POVB bulletin – John Morony update

POVB bulletin – John Morony update

POVB bulletin - John Morony update - June 2017 (PDF version) As all members are aware, the POVB Executive, with the assistance of the John Morony delegates, has been in negotiations with CSNSW regarding keeping John Morony in public hands. Last week the General Secretary, Stewart Little, and PSA Industrial Manager Justice, Evan Cole, met with Assistant Commissioner Kevin Corcoran and Gayle Robson. It was…

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Office of Environment and Heritage member bulletin

Office of Environment and Heritage member bulletin

Office of Environment and Heritage member bulletin - June 2017 (PDF version) Members will be aware OEH has sent out a communication to staff regarding its proposed changes to the current NPWS Award. This communication confirmed that OEH is seeking to implement a hard barrier to limit the progression of Rangers, as well as automatically making any new position a Mon-Fri role, with no loading.…

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“If not, why not”…empty Berejiklian slogan no help for working parents and carers

“If not, why not”…empty Berejiklian slogan no help for working parents and carers

If not, why not...empty Berejiklian slogan no help for working parents and carers - June 2017 (PDF version) The Public Service Association understands staff entering in the Mobility Pathway program are being told to look for part-time jobs rather than expect public sector agencies to accommodate flexible work arrangements. The advice is particularly galling given the Government has actively promoted its commitment to flexible work…

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