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CPSU Tas
The Community & Public Sector Union (SPSFT) represents workers who provide services to the Tasmanian community. Authorised by Tom Lynch, CPSU SPSF Tas, Hobart
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Thirza White Dec 7
What does over 5O years in the Union look like? Like this - Robert your membership has changed the lives of Tasmanian’s by strengthening our public services and improving the working lives of public sector employees.
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Jessica Munday Dec 6
550 APS jobs gone from Tassie since 2013. One hundred more are under threat as the Liberals pursue their agenda, this time targeting visa processing. We need these good, secure jobs in Tassie in vital federal agencies
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CPSU Tas Dec 5
"To date, it appears as though the brunt of those costs have been borne by the contractors themselves and the employees they replaced."
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CPSU Tas Dec 5
Well done to nurses and midwives for taking to the streets today because they care about their professions and Tasmanians who need their care.
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Unions Tasmania Dec 5
We support our nurses and midwives and it’s very clear - the community does too
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Karen Batt Dec 5
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CPSU Tas Dec 4
Support Tasmanian nurses and midwives: tomorrow 12.30 at the RHH main entrance
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Unions Tasmania Dec 3
We’ll be supporting Tassie nurses and midwives at the gathering this Thursday because hospitals can’t function without them. They are understaffed & under resourced
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Jessica Munday Dec 3
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Michelle Wisbey Dec 3
Labor asks whether it’s fair that public servants at MAIB are subject to the government’s 2 per cent wages cap given the success of the business this year. Jeremy Rockliff says the government is committed to its wages policy
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CPSU Tas Dec 3
Peter Gutwein in the paper saying pay rises, which are below living costs, are fair (but he's happy to spend big bucks on advertising).
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Unions Tasmania Dec 2
We protested today because it’s not good enough that 1 in 3 workers were sexually harassed at work in the last 5 yrs. We encourage Tasmanians to share their experiences & make a submission to national inquiry
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Thirza White Dec 2
1 in 2 women experience sexual harassment at work & its only marginally better for public sector workers at 1 in 3. Share your story with the Human Rights Commission inquiry into Sexual harassment at work
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CPSU Tas Dec 2
This is not good enough in 2018. Find out more about the inquiry at
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Thirza White Dec 2
No appetite for public sale of assets? Good, but isn’t Hodgman already flogging the Treasury building and the building we own on the wharf? Wonder if Saul also thinks it’s time Tasmanian’s got a payrise?
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CPSU Tas Nov 29
Wages need to keep up and reflect the 'golden age' and economic boom time we're told we're living in.
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CPSU Tas Nov 29
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CPSU Tas Nov 28
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CPSU Tas Nov 28
Robyn helps so many Tasmanian young people in her role as a school social worker. She was fantastic yesterday at the Devonport meeting. One of many schools workers standing up for their professions, school communities and fair pay.
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CPSU Tas Nov 27
Fantastic to see Schools Support Staff members speak and stand side-by-side with their and colleagues this morning across the south. They are the glue that holds schools together
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