CPSU has outlined a wide range of concerns about the potential outsourcing of Commonwealth government services in our submission to the Abbott Government’s National Commission of Audit. The Commission of Audit’s brief is to review the scope, efficiency, size and functions of the Commonwealth governmen
The Industrial Relations Society of Western Australia held their State Conference and CPSU's Senior Industrial Officer Mark Perica outlined the unique nature of Crown employment and the disadvantage suffered by public sector employees compared to those who work in the private sector. In his presentation Mark emphasised the particular challenges where public sector workers are confronting sovereign governments with hostile legislative agendas. What is required is a sophisticated, meticulously planned and multi faceted campaign strategy which includes industrial action, political engagemen
CPSU has applied to change our rules to bring about the highest levels of governance
On 28 June 2013 the Community and Public Sector Union made an application to amend the Chapter C rules relating to the SPSF Group and the Chapter A rules relating to the PSU Group to amend those rules to reflect the disclosure and training requirements for officers of CPSU brought about by the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Amendment Act 2013.
The documents which form that application can be viewed here;
CPSU has lodged an amended application of administrative and governance rules with the Fair Work Commission that will see the Western Australian Prison Officer’s Union become the sixth associated body of the SPSF. For more details see here
Aside from the differences in other policy areas like with Gonski School funding, TAFE and the School Kids Bonus, Hospitals, Health and Dental funding, Disability Care, the NBN, After School Hours Care, Marine Parks, Climate Change, and Marriage Equality, the future Industrial Relations approach of the Party that forms government after Saturday will impact in different ways on our
Hundreds of thousands of State Government workers across the country may lose out on PPL in a double blow if Tony Abbott wins the federal election, CPSU National Vice President Tom Lynch warned today. Mr Lynch said, “across the country, state government employees have existing entitlements to paid parental leave on full pay won by union members through successful agreement bargaining since the 1970’s.” In South Australia, government employees have 18 weeks in their state agreement. New South Wales, Victorian and Western Australian government employees have 14 weeks in their agreement (Vi