Peak Consultative Committee update

Peak Consultative Committee update

As previously notified, at the February 2020 TfNSW Peak Consultative Committee (PCC) the Department reported to union representatives that: Role Descriptions have been compiled and assessed using the job evaluation process A progression system has been set-up Surveillance Officers are in three different areas. Job evaluations, Role Descriptions and progressions have been done however the business needs to go back to each manager and staff…

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Reminder: forward our Temporary Employee Survey to your colleagues

Reminder: forward our Temporary Employee Survey to your colleagues

Following our bulletin last week on the issue of Temporary Employees in Legal Aid, we have had some positive feedback. To ensure that our submission to Legal Aid is both accurate and comprehensive we would ask members to forward our survey on to your temporary colleagues, even if they are not members of the PSA, Our Survey is HERE.   The previous bulletin temporary employment within…

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Journey insurance: the PSA has you covered

Journey insurance: the PSA has you covered

Did you know the PSA has journey insurance coverage for all its financial members? Your union introduced this in the wake of the State Government’s decision to slash workers’ compensation benefits in 2012. The PSA disagrees with this decision, so will cover members until it is reversed. The PSA’s journey insurance policy can provide salary compensation with weekly injury benefits – 85 per cent of…

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icare: NSW Treasurer accused of a cover-up - 7 NEWS 04/08/2020

icare: NSW Treasurer accused of a cover-up - 7 NEWS 04/08/2020

The NSW Treasurer has been accused of a cover-up, and is facing calls to resign, over the troubled state-owned insurer icare. https://twitter.com/7NewsSydney/status/1290577308273668096?s=20  

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Chief executive of troubled iCare resigns - The New Daily 04/08/2020

Chief executive of troubled iCare resigns - The New Daily 04/08/2020

The Public Service Association on Tuesday said the entire iCare board should step down after a parliamentary inquiry on Monday heard the company had sought to terminate payments to 17,000 workers on compensation. It also heard Mr Nagle had been sanctioned by the board in 2019 for a conflict of interest. “A fish rots from its head – and it’s clear the board overseeing our…

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