PSA News – 5 March 2014 - Public Service Association

PSA News – 5 March 2014

International Women’s Day events

There are a number of events being hosted by unions this week to celebrate International Women’s Day.

  • Unions NSW IWD Lunch, 12 noon, Friday 7 March, Unions NSW Parramatta Office (Level 5, Gough Whitlam Plaza, 20 Wentworth Street, Parramatta).

More information and RSVP here:

  • IWD March, 11am, Saturday 8 March, Town Hall. March to Hyde Park.

More information and flyer here:

  • Central Coast IWD March, 9.45am, Saturday 8 March, Cnr Burns Crescent Street, Gosford. March to Kibble Park.
  • Independent Education Union Event, 4.30-6.30pm, Friday 7 March, IEU Office, The Briscoe Building, 485-501 Wattle Street, Ultimo.

More information and RSVP here:

PSA says DOCS still failing to properly support staff – Sydney Morning Herald

‘‘Caseworker positions are being filled temporarily and they are being moved from office to office,’’ Public Service Association Assistant General Secretary Steve Turner told the Sydney Morning Herald.

Read the full story HERE

New email contacts @ psa

  1. – for queries relating to the payment of your fees, contact details etc.
  2. " target="_blank"> – to contact the Member Support Centre with industrial enquiries.

Want to call the PSA?

Q: What is the number for the PSA now that the Member Support Centre (MSC) has gone live?
A: 1300 PSA NSW (1300 772 679)

Q: What if I call the old number?
A: It will be redirected to 1300 PSA NSW (1300 772 679) for 12 months.

Q: I’m a regional member and I called the PSA’s 1800 number previously. What do I do now?
A: Regional members will now also use 1300 PSA NSW (1300 772 679).

If you call 1300 PSA NSW (1300 772 679) using a landline, it will be charged as a local call (30 cents), regardless of your location.

Any call from a mobile phone to the PSA whether it was to the previous 1800 number or the new 1300 number will have an associated cost which will depend on the mobile plan of the caller.

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Authorised by Anne Gardiner, General Secretary, PSA of NSW, 160 Clarence Street, Sydney

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