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NSW Police Special Constables bargaining update

NSW Police Special Constables bargaining update

NSW Police Special Constables bargaining update - May 2017 (PDF version) As members in Special Constables are aware, the PSA has been working through a bargaining process on your award with NSW Police. The most recent bargaining meeting was in January and the PSA put out a subsequent bulletin updating members on progress and outlining undertakings from NSW Police, available HERE. The PSA feels this…

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NSW Police – Police radio bulletin

NSW Police – Police radio bulletin

NSW Police - Police radio bulletin - May 2017 (PDF version) The PSA has received advice from a number of members regarding an issue that may impact those in Police Radio who have relieved in the role of Senior Communications Officer. The relevant information can be found in the following document: Higher Duties Policy and Procedures – Administrative Officers and Temporary Employees (October 2013). The…

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Land and Property Information PSA media statement

Land and Property Information PSA media statement

Land and Property Information PSA media statement - May 2017 (PDF version) The Sydney Morning Herald recently reported taxpayers could potentially pay tens of millions because of LPI F6 bungle. Typically, and disgracefully, Finance Minister Victor Dominello once again rushed to blame the bungle on LPI staff, rather than recognise the real cause: his Government’s privatisation-at-any-cost agenda. See the PSA media statement debunking the Minister’s…

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UrbanGrowth NSW Separation

UrbanGrowth NSW Separation

UrbanGrowth NSW seperation - May 2017 (PDF version) The PSA is aware staff were informed on 10 May the allocation of projects from UrbanGrowth NSW to UrbanGrowth Development Corporation (UGDC) and Landcom has been confirmed by the Government. As you would know, staff were informed the People Workstream would now be looking at the organisational functions for the two entities, what the transition will mean…

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Australian Unity – Don’t take on unreasonable workloads

Australian Unity – Don’t take on unreasonable workloads

Australian Unity - Don't take on unreasonable workloads - May 2017 (PDF version) Do not work unreasonable additional hours and work strictly to your role description. The CPSU is urging all members to only undertake work that fits within their role description. This situation has developed due to members and delegates reporting excessive workloads and work stress across a number of branches. If you continue…

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