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TAFE SA | “Student Experience Transformation” Restructure | PSA and Members’ Feedback

The Public Service Association (PSA) thanks members for the comprehensive feedback provided at the PSA’s meetings with more than 230 salaried staff; more than 100 emails and phone calls, as well as feedback provided from members through your PSA Worksite Representatives. more>

Courts Administration Authority | Consultation Around Change

What is consultation around change and when is it required? What should you expect your employer to do when change is proposed? PSA members have reported change happening in workplaces but your employer, CAA, has not been formally advising the PSA nor providing the information other public service agencies and departments do when change occurs in their workplaces. more>

URA Classification Transition for Former Renewal SA Staff in Housing Authority

The PSA has been advised by the South Australian Housing Authority that the URA to Enterprise Agreement classification transition process was completed on 10 May 2019. The PSA now seeks feedback from members regarding the transition process from their perspective, particularly with regard to the classification they have been allocated to. more>

DEW Update: Additional Restructures Announced

The Public Service Association (PSA) has been notified by the Department for Environment and Water (DEW) of the additional restructures in the Office of the Chief Executive and the Water Infrastructure and Operations Division as part of the current phase of the ‘Reshaping DEW’ project. more>

DPTI WHS Update: Outcomes of Consultation on WHS Procedures

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) has informed the Public Service Association (PSA) of the outcome of the consultation leading to changes in the following Work Health & Safety (WHS) Guidelines and Procedures more>

PSA DASSA Model of Care Feedback

PSA members recently submitted feedback about DASSA’s proposed Model of Care (MoC).The MoC appears to reflect a shift away from the previous holistic model of care to become more of a medically oriented model. more>

Nyland Funded Positions | DCP Responds to PSA Push

The Public Service Association (PSA) has been pushing the Department for Child Protection to clarify the future status of staff employed by injection of funding post the Nyland Royal Commission. Recent actions include an information update sent to members last Friday and recent public comments on the issue through the media. more>

DEW Update: Reshaping DEW Consultation

The Public Service Association (PSA) has been notified by the Department for Environment and Water (DEW) of the next consultation phase under the ‘Reshaping DEW’ project. As part of this phase the National Parks and Wildlife Division will established. more>

Governemtn to appeal Court finding that DCS breached the Enterprise Agreement

The Government has formally lodged an appeal against the Court’s decision that the Department for Correctional Services (DCS) failed to consult as required by the South Australian Modern Public Sector Enterprise Agreement: Salaried 2017 about a number of issues relating to the implementation of the privatisation of the ARC. more>

Legal Secretaries Positions Reduction in Crown Solicitor’s Office | Feedback Please

The Crown Solicitor’s Office has invited the Public Service Association (PSA) to provide feedback about further proposed changes resulting from expressions of interest in separation packages in the Office. The new proposal is the loss of another ASO2 Legal Secretary position after one position was lost earlier this year. more>