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NSW Senior Public Servants Get Pay Rise above 2.5% - Daily Telegraph 13 May 2020

NSW Senior Public Servants Get Pay Rise above 2.5% - Daily Telegraph 13 May 2020

Some of the state’s most senior government officials have been given a pay rise Premier Gladys Bereiklian has been heavily criticised by the opposition and unions for generous pay rises to department heads, with allegations she is ‘tossing bags of money’ at them. Premier Gladys Berejiklian has helped seven of her top bureaucrats get identical salaries, prompting claims she was “pampering” them and angering frontline…

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Working from home going well for Revenue NSW staff, survey finds - The Mandarin 22 April 2020

Working from home going well for Revenue NSW staff, survey finds - The Mandarin 22 April 2020

Employees from New South Wales’ revenue management agency have indicated they are happy with their working-from-home arrangements, but identified issues with equipment. The Public Service Association of NSW recently surveyed members from Revenue NSW — an agency within the Department of Customer Service — about their experiences with working from home during the coronavirus pandemic. All but one of the 186 members who responded said…

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Union warns against wage freeze for NSW public servants - 8 March 2020

Union warns against wage freeze for NSW public servants - 8 March 2020

The New South Wales government is considering a one-off wage freeze for public servants in an attempt to mitigate a budget deficit, but the state’s public service union says the move will “cripple” the economy and put extra pressure on workers and families. It comes following reports that the recent bushfire crisis and the coronavirus would detract between one third of a percentage point and two-thirds of…

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Public Service Association says wages freeze would

Public Service Association says wages freeze would "cripple" the NSW economy - 8 March 2020

Rising concerns about the full impact of the coronavirus and the recent bushfires could see the state government implement a public service wages freeze. The move is among a number of measures being considered that would help the government avoid a possible budget deficit. While no decision has been made, the Public Service Association says any decision to freeze wages would "cripple the state's economy".…

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