2019 Wage & Agreement Offers

We have received offers from the Hodgman government for the following Agreements: Public Sector Unions Wages Agreement Allied Health Professionals Agreement Radiation Therapists Agreement Ministerial Drivers Agreement Legal Practitioners Agreement


Tasmanian Branch Rule Change

An application was lodged with the Registered Organisations Commission on 21 October 2019 to amend the Rules of the CPSU (SPSF Group, Tasmanian Branch).  The amendments to the Rules were approved by the Tasmanian Branch Council at a meeting held on 27 September 2019.  The main aim of the Rule changes is to overhaul the […]


Direct Debit Authority

In order for the CPSU to offer members a facility to pay their membership subscriptions via Direct debit we are required to contract an external provider.  The CPSU has contracted ‘Cloud Payments’ to process our Direct Debits.  Direct Debits are a highly regulated banking service and part of that regulation is clear Direct Debit Authorities […]


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Latest Campaigns

Tasmania Needs a Pay Rise

Since 2011 Tasmanian governments have capped the wages of Tasmanians working in the public sector, like rangers, health professionals, teachers and nurses, at 2% per annum. Premier Will Hodgman plans to continue this 2% cap until at least 2023. For many of these Tasmanians this means a struggle to make ends meet while the cost […]


Change the Rules

JOIN THE MOVEMENT FOR CHANGE:   CHANGE THE RULES FOR BETTER JOBS, BETTER SERVICES Australian Unions pushing for a better public services and jobs A big chunk of the Australian Unions’ Jobs You Can Count On Strategy is dedicated to improving public services and the jobs that deliver them. The jobs you count on […]


Jobs You Can Count On

  The services you deliver each day rely on jobs you can count on. Unions believe you deserve jobs that pay a decent wage,  are secure and allow you to live quality lives. This is what the Tasmanian unions Jobs You Can Count On campaign is all about. Unions Tasmania Secretary Jessica Munday: “Tasmanian Unions […]


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