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Our week in review

NW fire shock THIS WEEK the Advocate resported that Parks  and Wildlife has been cutting firefighters soon after one of the region’s worst bushfire seasons. Reporter Sean Ford writes: “The service now had just one full-time firefighter for the entire region, stretching from the Narawntapu National Park to Marrawah and the West Coast, and seasonal firefighters were recently let go […]

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Friday Wrap: Our Week in review

RSVP to a Member Meeting today PUBLIC SECTOR Member meetings start next week for your Agreement that sets salaries, standards and conditions in the Tasmanian public sector.   Make sure you come to a meeting and vote on the Log of Claims – the list of the issues we want to negotiate and discuss. It’s […]

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PSUWA May Member Meeting FAQs

Not a Member or know someone who’s interested in coming to a meeting, doing the survey or having their say? They can join now or come to a Member Meeting and join on the day.  My manager says I’m not able to attend a Member meeting, what do I do? Let us know, email approval has […]

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Our week in review

May Day CPSU Members and staff joined other unions on Sunday for the May Day Banner Parade. May Day is about celebrating the achievements of the union movement both here in Australia and overseas. What have workers achieved? Here are a few reminders: Superannuation Paid public holidays Weekend rates Medicare Sick leave Collective bargaining Paid […]

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PSUWA Member Meetings

IT’S TIME to renegotiate the Agreement that sets salaries, standards and conditions in the Tasmanian public sector.   Hopefully you’ve taken part in the PSUWA Member Survey, which closes this Friday (so be quick if you haven’t)! Now it’s time for you to come to a meeting and vote on the Log of Claims – […]

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CPSU P2BP Delegate Update

Proud To Be Public: Delegates forums to begin the development of our log of claims   What a fortnight – three Proud to be Public forums with over 40 Delegates. OVER three sessions you worked hard on behalf of your CPSU Members and in fact all of your Public Sector colleagues to begin the development […]

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Friday Wrap: Our week in review

  PSUWA Survey out now! The Public Sector Union Agreement survey was released to Members on Monday. 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 […]

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2016 Public Sector Unions Wages Agreement Member Meetings in May

IN MAY meetings are happening around the state. This is your chance to have your say and cast your votes to endorse the PSUWA log of claims. We need a strong turnout to these meetings, which are a chance to build your power as Members. If someone in your workplace wants to take part, they’ll […]

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Meet WorkSafe Tasmania Work Health and Safety Representatives

RECENTLY we caught up with WorkSafe staff who play an important role in their workplaces. Kristie Clements, Mark Smith and Craig Sault all work at WorkSafe Tasmania, which helps improve safety across workplaces in our community that our friends and family work in. They also help to maintain and improve safety for their colleagues as […]

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Friday Wrap: Our Week in Review

April Proud to be Public events start BURNIE kicked off the Proud to be Public Delegate events on Wednesday this week. What are they? These events review the results from our initial Public Sector survey and hear what Public Sector Members and Delegates think is important ahead of this year’s Agreement. These events are a […]

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