Public Service Association Of NSW public
[search 0]
More

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
PSA General Secretary Stewart Little tells the PSA/CPSU NSW Podcast that the union is on a war footing to prosecute the case for a wage rise to the NSW Government. This is in response to the 2020 budget where Treasurer Perrottet and Premier Berejiklian rode on the back of the Public Service during the bushfires and through covid and then did not gr…
 
The PSA / CPSU NSW's 2021 conference was held this past week with the culmination of an address by Federal Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese. After a 2 year hiatus due to the Covid-19 restrictions of 2020, the conference reinvigorated all who attended. The future ahead for the PSA / CPSU NSW looks bright with a focus and tenacity the likes of whic…
 
The membership of the Public Service Association of NSW has elected a new president, Nicole Jess. With 33 years experience in Corrective Services and 33 years as a Union Member, Nicole brings a wealth of experience from the front lines as a dedicated and hard-working member of the public service. As our new president, Nicole explains the drive and …
 
According to Treasury Figures, the NSW Government is set to cut millions from cultural institutions including the Art Gallery of NSW, The Australian Museum, and the Powerhouse Museum along with the Sydney Opera House. We chat to Stewart Little, PSA General Secretary about what this could possibly mean moving forward including the potential risk to …
 
This week, PSA members were on the front line - once again - as Flood waters hit NSW following a massive deluge. Fortunately, through the union - we may be able to provide assistance under the welfare assistance program. To find out more - please contact the Member Support Centre on 1300 772 679By Public Service Association of NSW
 
During the pandemic, the concept of flexible working arrangements was brought home to many workplaces. Now that it has been shown to be possible, we discuss its merits and how it can be accessed for our members. If you’re a Public Servant or work in the Federal System, and you’re a member of the PSA/CPSU NSW - Call our member support centre on 1300…
 
Recently there have been reports of TAFE campus sell-offs (Scone) along with job losses ranging in the hundreds that the state government have attempted to fudge over. On the podcast this week we spoke to the PSA/CPSU NSW’s Aaron Hewitt, who recently traveled to the Hunter with TAFE opposition spokesperson Jihad Dib and CPSU NSW Branch Secretary St…
 
The consensus around universities in NSW s is that it’s mostly full of students and academics. In truth, there are hundreds of jobs that need to be done in order to get the tens of thousands of students their degrees. As our members are about to begin Enterprise Bargaining, we wanted to speak to those members who are directly responsible for keepin…
 
Twelve months ago, none of us had any idea of the challenge we were about to face. PSA Members faced the enormous task of keeping covid out of our schools and maintaining the education of tens of thousands of students. On this week's podcast, we talk to PSA Delegate and School Administrative Manager Juliette Sizer about the differences felt between…
 
On the podcast this week, we talk to Trish O'Brien - A welfare officer with the Department of Corrections. Trish tells us about what she would like to see to help mental health amongst prison officers. This podcast was produced in light of R U Ok Day and Suicide Prevention Week. If you feel a connection to some of the themes discussed, please conta…
 
It's Recognition Week 2020. Although our celebrations are stifled due to the pandemic, the PSA podcast is still dedicated to bringing recognition to these champions of the state. SAS staff have been at the forefront of keeping our schools open and functioning during the crises, they deserve all the praise they receive.…
 
There is value in joining a union, especially during times of economic uncertainty. That’s the word that was reported in the Sydney Morning Herald this week as it was established that the union movement has seen an increase in membership during the rise of COVID-19. This week we talk to PSA General Secretary Stewart Little and Assistant General Sec…
 
On the podcast this week, we speak to Bree. Bree has a unique job, she's a Communications Officer with the NSW Police Radio Operations Group. What this essentially means is that Bree is the other voice on the phone responding to your Triple Zero (000) response call. A vital service for the community, Bree is a true Champion of the State.…
 
These past two weeks saw the NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Treasurer Dominic Perrottet announce a public sector wage freeze for 12 months, only to have the regulation blocked by the NSW Upper House. We speak to PSA Industrial Officer Dylan Smith and Manager of Legal Services Alison McRobert to explain the history around the PSA's negotiations …
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login