“If not, why not”…empty Berejiklian slogan no help for working parents and carers

“If not, why not”…empty Berejiklian slogan no help for working parents and carers

If not, why not...empty Berejiklian slogan no help for working parents and carers - June 2017 (PDF version) The Public Service Association understands staff entering in the Mobility Pathway program are being told to look for part-time jobs rather than expect public sector agencies to accommodate flexible work arrangements. The advice is particularly galling given the Government has actively promoted its commitment to flexible work…

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Art Gallery - Meeting notice

Art Gallery - Meeting notice

Art Gallery meeting notice - 20 June 2017 (PDF Version) The PSA is bargaining your salary. We are holding a members’ meeting to hear what you have to say about your pay rise. The PSA is also compiling a response to the NSW Budget, which will be handed down today. Recent budgets have brought savage cuts to the arts. The PSA is trying to listen…

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UrbanGrowth NSW member update

UrbanGrowth NSW member update

UrbanGrowth NSW member update - June 2017 (PDF version) As part of regular consultation meetings regarding the separation of Urban Growth NSW, the PSA met with HR representatives on Tuesday 13 June. The meeting discussed the following matters: There is still no specific date for separation. HR assured the PSA it would be officially moving staff and assets that are transferring at the same time,…

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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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