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Call for nominations – Aboriginal Council Committee – 2020

Call for nominations – Aboriginal Council Committee – 2020

Nominations are called for positions of councillor on the PSA/CPSU Aboriginal Council Committee. The call for nominations is as listed below: Electorate Included Membership Groups Councillor Vacancies to be elected 1 a Communities and Justice-Justice 3 1 b Education 3 1 c Communities and Justice- old FACS 3 2 Disabilities Transport Planning Industry and Environment Customer Service Premier and Cabinet TAFE NSW Universities Other National…

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International Women’s Day Rally on March 7 – Sydney Event

International Women’s Day Rally on March 7 – Sydney Event

The PSA/CPSU NSW will be participating in this year’s International Women’s Day rally once again. This year we have partnered with our sisters from other unions, the Sydney International Women’s Day committee and a chapter of Women's March (a collective organisation from the US) to co-host this event. Many other organisations are attending and all are welcome, so bring your friends, family and supporters. We’re…

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Bans withdrawn

Bans withdrawn

On 6 February the PSA issued an updated “Bans” bulletin.  The Department of Education immediately objected to this bulletin and took the PSA to the Industrial Relations Commission (IRC). After discussions with the Executive of the Schools Departmental Committee, members are advised that the bans are now withdrawn on the recommendation of the IRC and to avoid adverse orders being made against the PSA. The…

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Botanic Gardens Joint Consultative Committee

Botanic Gardens Joint Consultative Committee

Your union, the PSA, meets with management on a quarterly basis to discuss your rights at the Botanic Gardens and Centennial Park. This is called the Joint Consultative Committee (JCC) and is attended by your delegates and officials from the PSA. On Thursday February 7, 2020, we had our first JCC for the year – the following issues were discussed: WHS There will be nominations…

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Access to Flextime

Access to Flextime

Members in GRR have raised concerns about access to Flextime, particularly the inability to accrue Flextime due to the direction not to work longer than seven hours 30 minutes each day – and that can only occur with the agreement of your Supervisor. There appears to have been a unilateral decision made some time ago involving a major change to staff operations with no consultation…

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