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Update - Dispute about your flexible working hours - 15 April 2015

Update - Dispute about your flexible working hours - 15 April 2015

Update - Dispute about your Flexible Working Hours (PDF version) The PSA has successfully secured the agreement of Corrective Services NSW to meet with management at Lithgow, Cessnock and Mid North Coast to discuss the proposal to restrict working hours for Offender Services and Programs Staff at those Centres. These meetings will occur over the next two weeks. On 14 April 2015, the PSA argued…

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Nepean Blue Mountains -  next to transfer in the privatisation of disability services

Nepean Blue Mountains - next to transfer in the privatisation of disability services

ADHC Bulletin - Nepean Blue Mountains - the next to transfer in the Privatisation of Disability Services - 15 April 2015 (PDF version) On 22 March, the Premier Mike Baird announced that the roll out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme would be accelerated for children aged under 18 in the Penrith and Blue Mountains area. The Unions were not consulted prior to this sudden…

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Clarence MP backs campaign to reopen Grafton jail -  ABC News

Clarence MP backs campaign to reopen Grafton jail - ABC News

The PSA's campaign to have Grafton gaol recommissioned is gaining pace. Read the ABC News article HERE

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Member action cuts export of ServiceFirst jobs

Member action cuts export of ServiceFirst jobs

While jobs will be moved from the public sector to companies Infosys and Unisys, 70 percent of those will remain in the state, rather than being outsourced abroad. This is a direct result of the campaign against the offshore ousourcing. A new services delivery centre is planned for western Sydney. Whilst not the win we hoped for, keeping most of the jobs local will mean…

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Community Corrections Bulletin re Ban on Urinalysis Screening - 8 April 2015

Community Corrections Bulletin re Ban on Urinalysis Screening - 8 April 2015

Community Corrections Bulletin re Ban on Urinalysis Screening (PDF version) In the past, urinalysis screening of offenders was undertaken by Compliance and Monitoring Officers (grade 7/8), and before that by Home Detention officers. These positions were either at a higher grade or paid an additional allowance to conduct this task. In 2013, Compliance and Monitoring Officers were absorbed back into Community Corrections at a 5/7…

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