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Did you know PSA Organisers are essential visitors?

Did you know PSA Organisers are essential visitors?

Over the last few weeks PSA Organisers have been visiting schools to drop off information and make sure members have access to advice and support, something that is even more important through the pandemic. Unions have been declared an essential service.  It is essential for all workers to have access to their union.  This means members and non-members having access to the PSA through visits…

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Working at home: your quick hints and tips

Working at home: your quick hints and tips

As the Government begins to ease restrictions and continues to monitor new COVID-19 cases, your union is here for you. We’ve been active in your workplaces and online, supporting members during this time, and we are working together to wrap up the things you might need to know for the next few weeks. As always, if you have any questions about workplace conditions you should…

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The latest on the fight for your pay rise

The latest on the fight for your pay rise

There have been significant media discussions over the weekend regarding your public sector pay rise. This media has included suggestions of one-off cash payments, more jobs, and increased job security. At this stage, the PSA has had no offer put to it and has made no deal with the NSW Berejiklian Government. On late Friday afternoon, the Government released a new Wage Freeze Regulation, freezing…

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PSA: Working for Ministry of Health members

PSA: Working for Ministry of Health members

The past few months have been some of the most unusual and difficult for members working at the Ministry of Health. The PSA has been working with your delegates to identify and resolve workplace issues and support individual members on a case by case basis. We are also at the forefront of the fight against the public sector wage freeze. For more information, including links…

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Community Corrections COVID update: Temperature testing

Community Corrections COVID update: Temperature testing

The PSA continues to have fortnightly meetings with Assistant Commissioner Sandra Crawford to discuss matters arising out of changed work practices through COVID. The PSA is also involved in the daily CSNSW Command Post briefings to be updated on day to day matters. The last bulletin update sent to members is available HERE. Community Corrections advised last week that hand-held thermometers were being distributed to…

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