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Reminder: Combined unions Transport Shared Services members’ meeting

Reminder: Combined unions Transport Shared Services members’ meeting

A quick reminder for all members in Transport Shared Services that your union, the PSA as well as the combined transport unions will be holding a members’ meeting for staff affected by the proposed changes. Please dial in to have your say and see what your union is doing to improve and maintain your working conditions. Details are as follows Date: Wednesday, 30 September Time:…

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Youth Justice NSW Casework Review Project

Youth Justice NSW Casework Review Project

The Executive Director, Mr Paul O’Reilly recently contacted the PSA regarding a Casework Review Project. The purpose of the Casework Review Project is to better understand the work caseworkers do. However, when a review is announced alarm bells ring. The Executive Director has assured the PSA this project is not about reducing staff numbers but is about making sure Youth Justice better understands its casework…

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Industrial Relations Commission awards 0.3 per cent pay rise in salaries decision

Industrial Relations Commission awards 0.3 per cent pay rise in salaries decision

Today the Full Bench of the Industrial Relations Commission (IRC) handed down its decision in the Public Sector Salaries case, awarding NSW public servants a paltry 0.3 per cent pay rise. The IRC decided the increase shall be backdated. The commencement date of the increase will be first pay period on or after 1 July 2020. The decision comes after the PSA lodged its application…

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Prison Bed Capacity Adjustment Program update

Prison Bed Capacity Adjustment Program update

Presentations have been completed at several centres. They are as follows: HRMU No beds coming off line Maximum state 128 Goulburn CC 80n beds coming off line Maximum state 462 The following staff levels are for both the HRMU and Goulburn CC: Role Current Roles Proposed Roles Loss Governor 1 1 No loss MOS 2 2 No loss SAS 10 10 No loss SCO 46…

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NSW Department of Education update: Your flexible working entitlements

NSW Department of Education update: Your flexible working entitlements

Working from home during COVID-19 It has been more than six months since COVID-19 made working from home the norm. NSW Department of Education staff were quick to adapt to remote working and have demonstrated how successfully they can transition to working flexibly, whilst delivering high-quality work. Since the NSW Department of Health recommended that all workplaces across the state should enable flexible working practices,…

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