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Collective walks continue

Tasmanians Need a Pay Rise Collective Walks continued on Tuesday at Rosny, New Town and in the Hobart CBD. Walkers handed out post cards, wore #TassieNeedsAPayRise gear and held signs.  Join the walks on Tuesday November 27. These will be the final walks for 2018 – so make sure you wear red and turn out.  […]

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Schools workload concerns raised

Members of the School Administration Association Forum met with Greens Leader Cassy O’Connor and Shadow Education Minister Michelle O’Byrne about workload and resourcing. School admin and business managers keep schools running day to day and year to year. They make sure our schools are safe and well-resourced. They need manageable workloads so they can make […]

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Industrial actions

Members placed further bans this week across the public sector. Click here to see the current Notice of Actions sent to Premier Will Hodgman. From 7:00am Wednesday 14 November 2018: PSUWA members working in libraries will: •    Ban charging the public for overdue books PSUWA members working in Community Corrections Glenorchy office will: •    Take […]

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Let’s stand together and keep strong

If you missed it, last week Treasurer Peter Gutwein called public sector union members who are taking action “a small number of militant unionists”. He’s misrepresenting and over blowing the actions they’ve carefully considered so he can try and scaremonger Tasmanians. We’ve tried to bargain with the Hodgman Government, but they won’t negotiate in good […]

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Schools Stop Work November 27-28

Will Hodgman continues to disrespect Tasmanians working in schools and colleges, who keep our schools running, teach our children vital skills and make school communities safe places to learn. Despite widespread industrial action across the public sector the Premier refuses to negotiate in good faith and scrap the 2% wages cap. Tasmanians need wage rises […]

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Collective Walks November 27

Tasmanians Need a Pay Rise actions continues on Tuesday November 27. HOBART: 12.30-1pm Meet outside Parliament Square (opposite St David’s Park), Salamanca Place for a walk around the CBD. Join on Facebook here. ST JOHNS PARK, NEW TOWN 12.30-1pm Meet on the grass near the Carruthers Building, St Johns Park, New Town and walking towards Moonah. […]

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Delegate Profile: Hamish Robinson, DPIPWE

My job is: A Property Valuer with the Office of the Valuer-General, Hobart Office. My job helps the Tasmanian community by: Supplying valuations and other related property information that assists individuals, private businesses, Local Governments and State Government authorities make financial decisions on matters pertaining to real property. I joined the union because: There appears […]

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Collective walks Tuesday November 13

Tasmanians Need a Pay Rise actions continues on Tuesday November 13. Wear red, join the walk, and help spread the word: #TassieNeedsAPayRise HOBART: 12.30-1pm Meet outside Parliament Square (opposite St David’s Park), Salamanca Place for a walk around the CBD. Join on Facebook here. ST JOHNS PARK, NEW TOWN 12.30-1pm Meet on the grass near the […]

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TASSIE NEEDS A PAY RISE RESOURCES

  membership form TNAPR info & mem form Information TNAPR action summary Member bulletin Oct 22: Stand United Poster to print PDF EXPORT Corflute large type Link to petition: Click here for the Tassie Needs A Pay Rise petition link. Tassie Needs a Pay Rise On Facebook Click here and like the page!  

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Stop Work action

Congratulations to all who stopped work last Wednesday and stood up for fair pay. We saw members turn out in all Tasmanian cities, as well as St Helens and Scottsdale. We know many of you work in regional areas too far from a meeting but you still stopped work too. Here’s what you had to […]

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