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NSW prison expansions to deal with overcrowding could 'create new problems', union warns - ABC News

NSW prison expansions to deal with overcrowding could 'create new problems', union warns - ABC News

"We're talking about rapid-build facilities that will have 50 inmates in a dormitory…who can be classified as maximum security," said PSA General Secretary, Stewart Little. What could possibly go wrong? Read the full ABC News article HERE.

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PSA Members Vote to Maintain PDP Ban

PSA Members Vote to Maintain PDP Ban

PSA Members Vote to Maintain PDP Ban - 16 September 2016 PSA members in Community Services, Family and Community Services (FACS) Central and Corporate have voted to maintain current bans on employee participation in the FACS Performance Development Program. The vote was conducted in response to a series of recommendations made by the Industrial Relations Commission of NSW on 1 September, including a recommendation the…

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PSA win: No role description, No PDP

PSA win: No role description, No PDP

PSA win: No role description, No PDP - September 2016 (PDF version) Your union, the PSA, has long opposed the introduction of the Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) Performance Development Program (PDP) into Community Services. The PDP is currently the subject of a PSA ban for members in Community Services, and members from FACS central and corporate staff. In the face of our…

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PSA wins historic victory for SLSOs in health care procedures dispute

PSA wins historic victory for SLSOs in health care procedures dispute

The PSA secured a major win for SLSO members in the Industrial Relations Commission on 1 August 2016. Read the bulletin HERE.

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TAFE Enterprise agreement approved

TAFE Enterprise agreement approved

TAFE enterprise bargaining agreement approved - June 2016 (PDF version) Congratulations! The results of the staff ballot for your new enterprise agreement have been announced with 84% of staff voting Yes. This Yes vote puts an end to over 12 months of negotiation, which have seen a number of back downs from TAFE’s original proposal rejected by the union and staff in November 2015. This…

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