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Grafton Jail filling up quickly with new inmates and staff - The Daily Examiner

Grafton Jail filling up quickly with new inmates and staff - The Daily Examiner

The PSA’s push since December 2014 to reopen Grafton gaol in the face of dangerous overcrowding in the state’s prisons has been successful. Read The Daily Examiner article HERE

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TAFE New England - Educational Services structure dispute win

TAFE New England - Educational Services structure dispute win

TAFE New England (TNE) has been conducting a review of the structure of its Educational Services. Just prior to the release of a restructure proposal, staff in the Strategy and Innovation Unit were told that they were also going to be included in the review. The proposal initially involved the disbanding of the Strategy and Innovation Unit and the creation of an eLearning team. Following…

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2.5% pay win

2.5% pay win

After consultation with members, the PSA has secured a 2.5% increase under the Public Sector Salaries and related awards. The 2.5% pay rise will be paid in the first full pay period after 1 July 2015. Members who have retired or been made redundant and leave the service after the first full pay period in July 2015 will also be entitled to the increase. If…

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Member action cuts export of ServiceFirst jobs

Member action cuts export of ServiceFirst jobs

While jobs will be moved from the public sector to companies Infosys and Unisys, 70 percent of those will remain in the state, rather than being outsourced abroad. This is a direct result of the campaign against the offshore ousourcing. A new services delivery centre is planned for western Sydney. Whilst not the win we hoped for, keeping most of the jobs local will mean…

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PSA protest targets NSW plans to privatise housing worth $800m for disabled - The Sydney Morning Herald

PSA protest targets NSW plans to privatise housing worth $800m for disabled - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald has followed yesterday's coverage of our hugely successful rally with a story about the future of more than $800 million in government-owned property with the transfer of ADHC to the private sector. Read the Herald article HERE.

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