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MEETINGS to finalise the draft log of claims for the Public Sector Unions Wages Agreement 2013 started on Tuesday June 18. You can find the other meeting times here. You can find the draft log of claims here. This log of claims was drafted after the last round of meetings where Members gave their feedback [...]
THE current Public Sector Unions Wages Agreement expires at the end of June so we need to begin negotiations towards a replacement Agreement. Our objectives in this bargaining round are to improve the working lives of members by making our workplaces fairer and more respectful, to begin a process of reform that will improve productivity thereby increasing [...]
FIND the latest featured CPSU Member discounts below. Burnie Ocean View Motel CPSU Members can save 10% the standard tariff with seasonal and senior also discounts available to Members. Click here for more information. Hybrid Training CPSU Members can get: 2 classes per week reduced from $15 to $12 Unlimited classes are reduced [...]
Safe at Home, Safe at Work is conducting a study on the negative effects at work for male workers who are victims of domestic or family violence. The study will result in resources and advice for employers and unions about supporting male workers and employees. The researcher is keen to talk to male employees [...]
The CPSU was saddened to hear the news that former state and federal politician Michael Hodgman had passed away this morning. Tasmanians will remember Mr. Hodgman as a politician who stood up for the things he believed in and worked tirelessly for his electorate, as a lawyer who ceaselessly pursued justice and as a [...]
Every worker has a right to be treated fairly and with respect at work. It was inevitable that the budget cuts experienced across the Tasmanian public sector would increase pressure on workers but this has been made worse by poor management practices that have left workers feeling devalued and disrespected. This is unacceptable and must be addressed. [...]
Work Health and Safety (WHS) legislation comes into effect on 1 January 2013. The Work Health and Safety Act 2012 arises out of agreements between the Commonwealth and State Governments to harmonise WHS law across the country and is a big step forward for both employers and employees in Tasmania. The laws apply to all [...]