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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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ADHC bulletin - action survey closes Friday

ADHC bulletin - action survey closes Friday

ADHC action survey closes Friday - September 2015 (PDF version) Members are encouraged to take this short survey to let us know what you are prepared to do to fight for your jobs, conditions and the service you provide to people with disability. What happens next? Following the close of the survey your delegates and the PSA will consider the results and decide on future…

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Home Care bulletin - Action survey closes friday

Home Care bulletin - Action survey closes friday

Home Care action survey closes Friday. Have you had your say bulletin - September 2015 (PDF version) PSA members in Home Care have been placing bans on administrative tasks to fight for genuine protection of jobs and conditions following the transfer. We commend members for staying strong in this fight by following their union’s direction. Legally enforceable protections still not on the table The Government…

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CFMEU beyondblue training package

CFMEU beyondblue training package

The CFMEU has successfully piloted a new beyondblue training package. The ‘Mental Health in the Workplace’ toolbox talk training package may be a useful resource for delegates. To read more click HERE

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Union demands Out of Home Care report removes vulnerable kids from motels

Union demands Out of Home Care report removes vulnerable kids from motels

Out of Home Care report - 1 September 2015 (PDF version) The PSA was on the front foot before the release of a new report into the transfer of children in Out Of Home Care to the non-government sector. Rather than look at the documented problems with the roll out with the non-government sector unable to cope, the report argued, unsurprisingly, that Family and Community…

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