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What’s happening with your wage increase?

What’s happening with your wage increase?

The PSA has received a number of enquiries from members surrounding the wage increase and that your most recent pay slip may not reflect any increase as yet. It has been common practice that it may take one or more pay periods for the wage increase to be received as the payroll system needs to be updated to reflect the new pay rates. This does…

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Red Tape - July to Sept 2021 Edition

Red Tape - July to Sept 2021 Edition

Unity, Strength, Respect. In this issue of Red Tape, we celebrate the backbone of our union, our Delegates. These are the people in the workplace who help the PSA/CPSU NSW grow and keep their eyes and ears open to developments that affect our members. These Champions of the Union build Unity, Strength and Respect in our workplaces. We talk to six Delegates and find out what…

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PSA icare Member Survey  - HR/Flex System

PSA icare Member Survey - HR/Flex System

Following a meeting with your icare PSA Delegates, concerns have been raised with the PSA regarding the new icare HR/Flex system. The PSA have been in ongoing discussions and will be looking to have a further meeting with icare Management next week to discuss the issues. Please take a moment to complete our survey so we can raise any members concerns with icare Management. Following…

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What is happening with Transport for NSW Awards and your wage increase?

What is happening with Transport for NSW Awards and your wage increase?

As we previously advised the PSA and combined unions came to an in principle agreement with Transport for NSW (TfNSW) on the following Awards: Roads and Maritime Services School Crossings Supervisors Award 2019 Transport for New South Wales and Sydney Metro Salaries and Conditions of Employment Award 2019 Roads and Maritime Services Consolidated Salaried Award 2019. You can view a previous bulletin HERE. We know…

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Sheriff’s Office: Special COVID-19 bulletin #2

Sheriff’s Office: Special COVID-19 bulletin #2

As per the last bulletin, the PSA has been in contact with the Sheriff’s Office in relation to testing and vaccine arrangements. At this stage, we have received the following advice: Regular COVID tests (under the 7/10 day requirements for impacted staff) will be covered in working time. Staff who do not have any symptoms can get tested outside of their LGA. Flexible working arrangements…

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