On Tuesday, 26 February, the PSA received the Crown Solicitor’s Office response to our submission regarding the proposed ‘Service Improvement Program’. A copy of their response is HERE.
The CSO continues to disagree with the PSA and the feedback we received from members that the proposed changes will not cause significant impact to the organisation. This undermines the value of the work performed by the current lodgement officer and receptionists who will lose their jobs if this restructure continues.
Feedback from members outlined how critical the work performed by the current staff is to the efficient operation of the organisation and management’s response does not accurately take into consideration how significant these changes will be to the daily operation of the CSO.
The PSA would like to thank all the members who provided feedback and will be providing members with updates throughout this restructure.
Your Delegates are:
- Louise Coory – Senior Solicitor
- Teri Southwell – Business Analyst
Your PSA staff:
- Andrew Boulton – PSA Industrial Officer
- Katie Summers – PSA Organiser
Your union is only as strong as its members: the more members we have, the stronger we are. Your union is not only your voice in the work place, the PSA also handles individual issues at work.
What can you do?
- Give a copy of this bulletin to your colleagues.
- Print this bulletin and put it up on your notice board.
- Ask a colleague to join the PSA.
- Get involved as your Workplace Contact
Not a member join online – www.psa.asn.au/join
Members can update their details at – http://membership.psa.asn.au