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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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CPSU Tas 33m
Replying to @CPSUTas
"When they are locked down because there are too few staff it impacts our ability to rehabilitate them. Fewer opportunities for education, fewer opportunities for work and fewer opportunities for treatment leads to less safe communities and higher rates of recidivism."
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CPSU Delegate and Correctional Supervisor Ben Duffin: "We take our jobs very seriously & work hard to provide a safe and supportive environment for inmates in which to serve their sentence.
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CPSU Tas 1h
Correctional Officers from all southern Tasmanian Prison Service sites stopped work today to protest understaffing and overcrowding in our prison system.
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Jannette Armstrong 21h
2017 was the last time humble and hardworking EFAs like Mary and Greg got a pay rise. Since then the Hodgman government has only been interested in political games and disrespecting their own workers.
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CPSU Tas Jun 22
23 June is World Public Service Day The place of public services is in public hands, not private pockets download our poster:
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ILO Jun 21
History is made! The has just adopted a new Convention on Violence and Harassment in the World of Work. Here's what you need to know.
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Jessica Munday Jun 18
50 years on from the historic case won by , we have a persistent gender pay gap, our superannuation system works against women and truly flexible workplaces elude us. Still a way to go & never a better reason to join your as we keep fighting for change.
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CPSU Tas Jun 18
Replying to @CPSUTas
yet they are concerned about our productivity."
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CPSU Tas Jun 18
A message from a CPSU Member to "We are busier than ever answering trivial requests for information, fact checking, speeches & event notes for almost every meeting etc from Minister's offices,
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ANMF Tasmania Jun 18
's health report highlights the dire situation facing patients, families, and staff accessing the state's public hospitals. ANMF member and Branch Councillor, Tristan spoke about his daily concerns walking into a shift at the RHH.
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Tom Lynch Jun 18
Still no leadership from Will Hodgman on any issue. Did he work with his Cabinet yesterday to come up with a solution to our housing crisis? Is he attending the health crisis meeting today? Where is Will? Has he gone on leave?
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Thirza White Jun 17
😓 listening to stories of housing crisis in Tas from . The front line of decades of austerity politics and underfunding of NFP, think we can all agree that it’s time for cross partisan action and something different
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CPSU Tas Jun 18
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Sally McManus Jun 17
If we do not update workers rights to keep up with digital platforms, every job that can be broken down to tasks could be Uberised leading to more and more people losing the basic rights that all Australian workers should enjoy.
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CPSU Tas Jun 17
Premier Will Hodgman didn't meet with public sector union member representatives this morning. A no-show. He could've looked in his diary to reschedule but simply didn't meet. Negotiation is about sitting down and finding a resolution but
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Kale_Them_All Jun 17
Replying to @TasUnions
Kinda messed up when the boss won’t meet with his staff.. is it eye contact he fears? Imagine it’d be hard to look a public servant in the eye and tell them they don’t need a pay rise after taking one yourself
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Jannette Armstrong Jun 17
Replying to @Nette8Two
Lots and lots and lots of paper is being delivered to the Executive Building this morning. What are they doing with so much paper 📝 in 2019? Paperless office = how much % pay rise?
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Jess Greene Jun 17
Gutwein must have a mousetrap in his pocket! Public Sector workers deserve a pay rise 💲 It’s a failure of ’s leadership that this has dragged on so long
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CPSU Tas Jun 17
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CPSU Tas Jun 17
Waiting for Will - we're ready to meet and negotiate with Premier Will Hodgman
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