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Legal Aid – People Matter Survey

Legal Aid – People Matter Survey – June 2018 (PDF version)

The People Matter Survey has been released for the past couple of weeks now, and we encourage all of you to fill it out. The People Matter Survey allows you to have a say in your workplace, and highlight any issues that you currently see, whether it be with your managers, health and safety concerns, or other issues that you might be facing. Alternatively, if you don’t think there’s anything wrong at the moment it also allows you to express this belief.

The People Matter Survey is very useful as it is something that management listen to. All results are completely anonymous and will be de-identified, so it’s a great way to express your opinion of the workplace, especially if you are nervous to do so in person. The PSA encourages you all to fill out the survey, before the deadline of 2 July 2018. If you don’t have access to the link (as it should’ve been emailed out to you previously), contact HR and they will send one through to you.

With members like you filling out the survey, it helps to point to places that the union has been highlighting for months, and cements these issues to ensure that management is more open to talking and negotiating around things that affect you.

The union only works when we work together – and this is a chance for your problems to be listened to at the highest level. Not only that, but this report can (and has been) used by the PSA to fight for more protections and services provided.

If you have any concerns that you would like to raise personally, please contact the PSA MSC on 1300 772 679, where all matters will be treated with the strictest of confidence.

If you are a non-member and have any issues, we still suggest that you fill in the People Matter Survey, and then get in contact with us, or your local delegate about what the union can do for you.

What can you do as a member?

Not a member? Join online HERE.

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