Workers comp cuts – three years on Unions NSW survey - Public Service Association

Workers comp cuts – three years on Unions NSW survey

For three years, workers and their unions have placed pressure on the NSW Liberal Government to reverse the cruel cuts they made to workers compensation in 2012.

It looks like the campaign might be beginning to pay off. The Rev. Nile has strongly supported the reinstatement of medical services for injured workers and is willing to look at the issue of retrospectivity. He plans to push for an inquiry into the impact of the current workers compensation system on injured workers in NSW and propose legislative amendments thereafter.

Now, more than ever, we need to know how the workers compensation changes are impacting on the lives of injured workers. If you have ever received workers compensation please complete this survey.

The survey results will be central to our submission to Rev. Nile’s inquiry into the workers compensation cuts and will also be drawn upon by Macquarie University academics who are conducting research into the cuts.

The survey should take between 3-10 minutes depending on your circumstances. Take the survey now.

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