Road Maintenance Contestability

Road Maintenance Contestability

Just a Another Name for Outsourcing PDF DOWNLOAD : Road Maintenance Contestability Bulletin More jobs are at risk following the O’Farrell government’s announcement of their intention to outsource Road Maintenance in the Sydney Region, and prohibit RMS from competing for tenders. This has caused widespread concern amongst PSA depot members whose jobs are now in the firing line. The Association opposes this blatant attack on…

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CORRECTIVE SERVICES CUTS WILL PUT DUBBO COMMUNITY AT RISK

CORRECTIVE SERVICES CUTS WILL PUT DUBBO COMMUNITY AT RISK

12 Corrective Services jobs are to be cut in Dubbo when the Community Compliance and Monitoring Group (CCMG) office closes as part of a State-wide restructure by Corrective Services NSW. According to the Western Plains Community Union Alliance the job cuts will mean high-risk offenders will no longer be supervised and monitored after business hours and on weekends. The CCMG currently monitors extreme high-risk offenders…

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Minimum Standards for Casual Public Sector Workers Needed

Minimum Standards for Casual Public Sector Workers Needed

MEDIA RELEASE Friday, 8 February 2013 Report confirms O’Farrell Government should introduce minimum standards for casual public sector workers The O’Farrell Government should look to introduce minimum standards for public sector workers in NSW, in line with the recommendations of a new report showing inequality is growing in the workforce between full-time workers and insecure, “peripheral” casual workers. “Casual workers suffer from a whole range…

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Correctional Officers' Professionalism Highlighted on 2GB

Correctional Officers' Professionalism Highlighted on 2GB

Click here to listen to the podcast Download an MP3 of the audio [audio mp3="https://psa.asn.au/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/06-demanding-an-apology_0.mp3"][/audio]

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MEDIA RELEASE- Corrective services officers followed standard procedures in Thomson case

MEDIA RELEASE- Corrective services officers followed standard procedures in Thomson case

Friday 1 February 2013 Corrective services officers followed standard procedures in Thomson case The Prison Officers Vocational Branch of the Public Service Association of NSW (PSA) take great exception to the disparaging remarks and comments made by the solicitor of Federal MP Mr Craig Thomson. Anne Gardiner General Secretary of the PSA said: “The Officers involved in the search of Mr Thomson were at all…

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