Friday Wrap: Our week in review
PSUWA Survey out now!
We’ve had a fantastic response so far.
Results from this survey will help form the log of claims for bargaining; so make sure you have your say on what you’d like to see change in your workplace and the services you work in that Tasmanians rely on.
If you’re a Public Sector Member, make sure you have your say on your Agreement!
Member Meetings scheduled
You can find all the details about these meetings here.
Proud to be Public Hobart events
Over six hours and two days this week Delegates attended the Proud to be Public events in our Hobart office.
Delegates took a look at the initial paper PSUWA survey results and examined the problems raised by members and proposed solutions.
It was a great couple of sessions with Delegates, with power and bargaining the themes for the day.
Allied Health Professionals start industrial action next week
From next Tuesday Allied Health Professionals in the Tasmanian Health Service will commence industrial action after the new CEO of the THS refused to reconsider his decision not to have a specific voice for allied health professionals on his Executive team.
Read more here.
Child Protection: Deputy Secretary Children and Youth Services quits
THIS WEEK we raised concerns after Children and Youth Services Deputy Secretary Tony Kemp left his post.
It comes at a time when there is changes underway in Children and Youth Services.
CPSU General Secretary Tom Lynch told The Mercury that the CPSU is concerned that someone in such a key position is leaving at this stage of the redesign”.
Read more below (click on the image to make it bigger).