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Prison officers at risk as prison population grows -  The Sydney Morning Herald

Prison officers at risk as prison population grows - The Sydney Morning Herald

Today's Sydney Morning Herald has gotten behind the PSA's continuing push for a better workers compensation deal for members in Corrections. Read The Sydney Morning Herald article HERE

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NSW public servants honoured in war service exhibition

NSW public servants honoured in war service exhibition

An exhibition titled Public Service/War Service which honours the efforts of NSW government employees during World War 1 is on at the State Records Western Sydney Records Centre, Kingswood. Minister for Finance, Services & Property - Media Release - NSW public servants honoured in war service exhibition (PDF)

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Union concerns over premature NDIS roll out in Western Sydney

Union concerns over premature NDIS roll out in Western Sydney

Union concerns over premature NDIS roll out in Western Sydney - 19 May (PDF version) The Public Service Association of NSW (PSA) has grave fears for the proposed roll out of the NDIS in Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains. Thane Pearce, PSA Senior Industrial Advocate said it would be a disaster if NDIS was rolled out early. “The trial has not yet finished in…

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OneFACS Realignment – meeting to discuss member concerns

OneFACS Realignment – meeting to discuss member concerns

OneFACS Realignment - meeting to discuss member concerns May 2015 (PDF version) Since the announcement that FACS is required to find savings of $70 million annually, your union the PSA, along with PSA delegates, have been meeting with FACS management to ensure members concerns are heard and taken into account. Many members have told the PSA that this realignment has them fearing for their livelihoods.…

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