SAS Staff LMBR update

SAS Staff LMBR update

SAS Staff LMBR update - June 2017 (PDF version) We advised in the last bulletin on 8 May 2017 that SAS Staff members would be updated about the last LMBR meeting we had with the Department, the outcomes of that meeting, and action planned by the PSA. To view the 8 May 2017 bulletin click HERE. LMBR feedback received from members Feedback from members on…

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The PSA says your workplace health & safety comes first!

The PSA says your workplace health & safety comes first!

We know that, as Housing Services staff, you face challenges every day that could pose hazards and risks to your health, safety and wellbeing, in particular the counter staff being confronted daily with disgruntled clients. There is more that can be done than being skilled in Customer Service and Dealing with Difficult Customers. Workplace Health and Safety (WH&S) lunchtime presentation The PSA’s WH&S educator, Suzanne…

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Service NSW June Newsletter

Service NSW June Newsletter

Service NSW Newsletter - 16 June 2017 (PDF Version) Your PSA delegates, along with PSA Industrial staff, attended the Service NSW Joint Consultative Committee on Tuesday 6 June.  A number of items were discussed, including: Flexible work practices and special shift arrangements The PSA sought a commitment from Service NSW to flexible work practices, particularly in light of a number of members having difficulty with…

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POVB Bulletin John Morony update

POVB Bulletin John Morony update

POVB Bulletin John Morony update - 15 June 2017 (PDF Version) Today, PSA General Secretary, Stewart Little and Industrial Manager Justice, Evan Cole met with CSNSW Assistant Commissioner Kevin Corcoran and Gayle Robson. In this meeting, keeping John Morony in public hands was discussed. It was made clear that PSA would not be agreeing to a third award for Correctional Officers. It was also made…

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Sheriff’s Officers Hours of work

Sheriff’s Officers Hours of work

Sheriff's Officers Hours of work - June 2017 (PDF version) Now As a Sheriff Officer you work a 35-hour week. However, for timekeeping, payroll and administrative reasons, the hours of employment reflect 38 hours. The Department has made an offer to the PSA to align both your work hours and the administrative elements to 35 hours, contingent on there being no cost the department. In…

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