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Finance, Services and Innovation - Flexible Working Hours Agreement

Finance Services and Innovation bulletin - FWHA - 3 Nov 2015 (PDF version) The PSA met with DFSI management on 15 October as part of the DFSI FWHA Consultative Committee. Scheduled monthly meetings until June 2016 allow one delegate from each division to attend these meetings. This arrangement ensures adequate union representation so members’ views can be heard. Draft clauses were circulated and delegates were…

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Shared Service Centre Parramatta bulletin update

Shared Service Centre Parramatta bulletin update - November 2015 (PDF version) On 29 October 2015, the PSA held a meeting with members to discuss the Flexible Working Hours Agreement (FWHA). Members were provided with the amended FWHA, which is due to be implemented on 14 December 2015. At the meeting, PSA delegate Ross Amor updated members on the current status of the agreement and its…

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NSW prisons past breaking point

NSW prisons past breaking point_ union - 9news.com - 2 NOV 2015 (PDF version) The NSW prison system is beyond breaking point and exposing officers at overflowing jails to unnecessary risk, says a key union. Read the article here This article also appeared in The Guardian  

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NSW prison numbers reach record highs

NSW prison numbers reach record highs - SKY NEWS - 2 Nov 2015 (PDF version) The NSW prison system is 'beyond breaking point and exposing officers at overflowing jails to unnecessary risk'. This is what the Public Service Association says after it was revealed the state's prison population has surged by 14 per cent in the past year, reaching a new record high of 11,801…

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Corrective Services say no decision on extra beds yet

Article in the Daily Examiner - 30 October 2015 UPDATE 1.00pm: A corrective services spokesperson has said no decision has been made at this stage. EARLIER: THE UNION representing prison officers is claiming a victory as arrangements to open another 86 bed at Grafton jail are finalised. The general secretary of the Public Service Association, Anne Gardiner, said the Department of Corrective Services decision to…

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