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PSA pushes for more flexibility

PSA pushes for more flexibility

PSA pushes for more flexibility - 6 March 2017 (PDF Version) The PSA will celebrate International Women’s Day with a demand for greater flexibility in the workforce. In a letter HERE to Gladys Berejiklian, the second female premier in NSW’s history, PSA General Secretary Stewart Little said our union “seeks evidence that flexible work practices are being effectively and equitably implemented at an agency level”.…

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SAS members Message from the PSA

SAS members Message from the PSA

SAS members - Message from the PSA - 3 March 2017 (PDF Version) ‘Department fails students,’ says PSA at Inquiry into Students with Disabilities and Special Needs in NSW schools The PSA has completed a submission on behalf of members to the NSW Legislative Assembly’s Standing Committee. The Inquiry, launched in September 2016, “into the provision of education to students with a disability or special…

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Office of Environment & Heritage member update

Office of Environment & Heritage member update

Office of Environment and Heritage member update - March 2017 (PDF version) The Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) gave an undertaking at a meeting held 8 February 2017 that it would provide a letter to the PSA acknowledging the PSA’s position on the offer of hard barriers for the Ranger classifications. The PSA received the letter Tuesday 28 February which can be viewed HERE.…

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PSA meeting notice Downing Centre

PSA meeting notice Downing Centre

PSA meeting notice Downing Centre - March 2017 (PDF version) The PSA will be in attendance at the Downing Centre to talk to members and non-members during the lunchtime period. Details of the meeting are below. Friday, 10 March 2017 1-2pm Conference room, Level 2 Agenda: Benefits of PSA membership Update on the Department of Justice’s proposed Flexible Working Hours Agreement Update on PSA Pay…

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Land and Property Information The fight continues

Land and Property Information The fight continues

Land and Property Information the fight continues - March 2017 (PDF version) The PSA continues to fight against the NSW Government’s short-sighted decision to sell off the titling and registry functions of Land and Property Information (LPI). Last week saw a massive boost to the anti-LPI privatisation campaign with The Sydney Morning Herald outlining the leaked draft contract for the sale. This leaked document confirms…

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