PSA School Psychologists Members Meeting – Wednesday 4 May 2022 - Public Service Association

PSA School Psychologists Members Meeting – Wednesday 4 May 2022

A School Psychologists Members Meeting will be held on Wednesday 4 May, 3:00pm – 3.45pm via Teams.  

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The Agenda of this meeting will be to update members on the PSA’s 2022 Wages Claim, the progress of the School Psychologist Award negotiations and how each claim relates to the other. 

The Public Sector Needs a Pay Rise: PSA 2022 Wages Claim 

The PSA recognises the hard work and dedication that our members bring to the public sector. You deserve a decent pay-rise to stay afloat with the ever-rising cost of living. 

The PSA has launched our campaign this year for a minimum pay-rise of 3.6 per cent, with any increase to superannuation paid on top of that and that superannuation be paid on the unpaid portion of the first 12 months of parental leave. The current NSW Liberal-National Government’s unfair Public Sector Wages Policy cap of 2.5 per cent must be scrapped. 

To learn more about the campaign, to sign the petition and write to your MP go to 

How does the campaign and pay claim impact School Psychologists? 

The increase due to School Psychologists in January 2022 has not yet been paid. Your union is seeking the 2.5 per cent pay-rise to be awarded to you as a matter of urgency, through the current Award negotiations.  

We sent a bulletin outlining what we are doing to fight for this earlier this week. If you haven’t read it yet you can do so HERE 

All future PSA pay-rise demands for School Psychologists will be in line with the minimum of the 3.6 per cent campaign outlined above.  

Know anyone who is not a PSA member? 

Encourage your fellow SSO’s to join the PSA online @ 

Need assistance at work? 

If you would like advice and support about a workplace issue, contact the PSA on 1300 772 679, Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm.  




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