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Proposed Transfer of Staff from Department of Health and Wellbeing to Wellbeing SA

The Public Service Association (PSA) has received information that the Department of Health and Wellbeing (DHW) is proposing to establish Wellbeing SA as an attached office of DHW. more>

Korda Mentha/ CALHN TVSP Call Will Cut Patient Services and Increase Workload

The Public Service Association (PSA) was advised by KordaMentha this morning that the Central Adelaide Local Health Network (CALHN) will today be issuing an open call for EOIs for TVSPs across CALHN. more>

Not Another Restructure at Department for Innovation and Skills

The Public Service Association (PSA) attended information sessions held by the Department for Innovation and Skills (DIS) on Monday about to a restructure in the Skills and Workforce Capability Group (SWC). At this session the department released the proposed new structure. Consultation will be open for 15 business days, concluding on 20 September 2019. more>

Country Fire Service | Bullying and Harassment at Work

Bullying is not just something that happens in the school yard. It happens all too often in workplaces, making the daily lives of many workers intolerable. more>

SA Water Enterprise Bargaining

The CPSU/PSA attended a meeting at SA Water to discuss the forthcoming enterprise bargaining negotiations. The current enterprise agreement has a nominal expiry date of 30 June 2020. The final pay increase in the current enterprise agreement was paid in July 2019. more>

Service SA Dress Code and Toil Update

Members may be aware that Service SA management have been discussing the existing Dress Code and Toil arrangements. The Public Service Association (PSA) has been advised that the documents seen by some staff members are not open for formal consultation yet and are only for initial discussion. more>

Assistants to Members of Parliament | Enterprise Bargaining Update | New Ballot

On Monday, 2 September, 2019 at a meeting between Government representatives, the Public Service Association (PSA), Australian Services Union (ASU) and non union Liberal representatives, the government presented a new offer. more>

PSA Secures Salary Sacrificing for Regional Health Members

The PSA had continually raised concerns from members across Country Health about the security of access to salary sacrificing arrangements under the devolved health model. more>

Community Meetings – Stop the Tram and Train Sell Off

PSA members are encouraged to attend the following community meetings over the next few weeks in their local area to protest the privatisation of public trams and trains. These meetings have been organised by the Opposition. more>