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Service NSW JCC bulletin

Service NSW JCC bulletin

The Service NSW Joint Consultative Committee (JCC) was held on 12 December 2019, the following bulletin is a report back to members of that meeting and current issues between the PSA and Service NSW. Customer Concierge Operator (CCO) & Customer Service Representative (CSR) – Dispute The PSA has raised a grievance in accordance with clause 45 of the Service NSW Salaries & Conditions Employees Award…

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Bulletin – Office of Emergency Management

Bulletin – Office of Emergency Management

Change management As members may be aware, the PSA has written to the Office of Emergency Management in relation to planned changes. This follows the all-staff meeting on Monday, 20 January 2020. So far, no details have been provided to the PSA about the planned changes, except that reporting lines are to change and there will be no cuts to staffing numbers. The PSA has…

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Deputy Premier's war with environment fuels bushfire crisis, weakens NSW - 23 Jan 2020

Deputy Premier's war with environment fuels bushfire crisis, weakens NSW - 23 Jan 2020

The NSW Coalition’s internal war over climate change is the real ideological battle preventing action on bushfires, not park rangers, says the Public Service Association. “Now the Deputy Premier has returned from holiday, he is back to picking fights with his Liberal colleagues over climate change and once again park rangers are his fodder,” said Stewart Little, general secretary of the Public Service Association. "NSW's…

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Bulletin – Greyhound Welfare and Integrity Commission

Bulletin – Greyhound Welfare and Integrity Commission

Machinery of Government (MoG) – Transition to Department of Customer Service (DCS), Purchase Card The PSA has received communications from GWIC that as part of the MoG transition from the Department of Industry to DCS, that one of the eventual changes will be to implement the DFSI (DCS) Purchase Card policy. At this time, it is intended that this will come into effect from 1…

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State Archives and Records Authority and Sydney Living Museums: possible amalgamation

State Archives and Records Authority and Sydney Living Museums: possible amalgamation

The PSA is aware of the recent staff-wide communication from Executive Director, Adam Lindsay, regarding the Minister’s decision to refer the State Records Act and Historic Houses Act to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Social Issues, effectively amalgamating Sydney Living Museums and State Archives and Records Authority. Mr Lindsay made direct contact with the PSA to advise us of the communication. Whilst there is no…

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