Campaigns

Proud to be Public: PSUWA Bargaining 2016

GET the latest on your agreement here. We’ll update this page as new information comes to hand – so keep updated and stay informed! Make sure you have your say on your Agreement. Sign up to join the fight to Save our Public services! 5 Agreements finalised December 22: THE results are in and over 96% […]

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Save our Weekend

PRIME MINISTER Malcolm Turnbull said we needed to have a conversation about weekend penalty rates. We know that millions of Australians rely on these weekend rates and changing these would mean a sudden pay cut for these people. Sign up to the Save our Weekend campaign here and stay tuned for more campaign updates. Here […]

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Union Power Campaign

UNION POWER  can save CPSU Members hundreds of dollars a year on power, fuel, gas and internet costs. On behalf of union members UNION POWER can negotiate all sorts of discounts for individual that have so far only been available for big business. Unions Tasmania will use the collective market power of tens of thousands […]

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Your Services

See the real cost to the community of budget cuts to our state’s services. Text when you click The Your Services website has been designed by the Community and Public Sector Union as part of an ongoing campaign to protect the public services we all rely on. Its only by recording the cuts to services […]

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Join the CPSU!

By joining the CPSU, you become part of a strong, progressive union focused on maximising the services available to the Tasmanian community and ensuring those who deliver those services are treated fairly and with respect. CPSU Members have access to the full range of advice, support and representation on both individual and group issues. By […]

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Save Public Services

YOUR CPSU joined with other public sector unions to launch a campaign that highlights the damage further public service job cuts would cause to Tasmanian communities. The campaign’s also about broadening the public’s view on who public sector workers: people who provide vital services such as child protection, road safety and maintenance, looking after our […]

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Work Health & Safety

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 […]

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