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PSA media release - Union hosts mock “auction” of NSW outside Parliament

PSA media release - Union hosts mock “auction” of NSW outside Parliament

Wednesday 21 September, 2016 The Public Service Association (PSA) is hosting a mock “auction” of public services outside Parliament on Wednesday 21 September to highlight the Baird Government’s secret privatisation agenda. The rally - which will include an auctioneer and speakers from Land and Property lnformation, Sport and Recreation and Disability Services - will run between 12:30pm and 1:30pm. The PSA will be demanding Parliament…

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FACS - Stop the Secret Sell Off of NSW Public Services - Protest 21 September 2016

FACS - Stop the Secret Sell Off of NSW Public Services - Protest 21 September 2016

Stop the Secret Sell Off Protest 21 September 2016 (PDF version) The Baird Government is undertaking a mass privatisation by stealth, with details on how they will affect the people of NSW shrouded in secrecy. Members across Family and Community Services know how hard it is fighting cruel and sneaky privatisations, such as the failed privatisation of Out of Home Care, the sell-off of prime…

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OSR Maitland Bulletin

OSR Maitland Bulletin

OSR Maitland Bulletin - 19 September 2016 (PDF Version) This bulletin is to update OSR Maitland staff on the progress of the long-running dispute between the PSA and OSR Management regarding the incorrect grading of Grade 1/2 roles OSR Management also refuses to refusal to provide a meaningful response to the your union’s extensive submission from February 2016 outlining why an upgrading of the role…

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PSA Members Vote to Maintain PDP Ban

PSA Members Vote to Maintain PDP Ban

PSA Members Vote to Maintain PDP Ban - 16 September 2016 PSA members in Community Services, Family and Community Services (FACS) Central and Corporate have voted to maintain current bans on employee participation in the FACS Performance Development Program. The vote was conducted in response to a series of recommendations made by the Industrial Relations Commission of NSW on 1 September, including a recommendation the…

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Corrective Services teachers strike today – show your support

Corrective Services teachers strike today – show your support

Teachers who work in NSW prisons are taking 24 hour strike action today, Wednesday 14 September, to protest the abolition of the qualified teacher workforce in Corrective Services. A protest rally will be held in Macquarie Street outside Parliament House at 11.30 am. All members are urged to show your support for our Corrective Services colleagues by sending a message to your local MP. (A…

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