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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 Apr 17
It's time to - that's the Easter Bunny's message to Premier
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CPSU Tas Apr 17
Could very well be the case. Don't make the bunny mad!
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CPSU Tas Apr 17
CPSU's Tom Lynch: "The Government keeps locking people up but didn't increase the capacity of prisons before implementing their agenda of law and order. That has put the whole prison system under immense pressure."
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RadicalHistoryCollective Apr 16
The buildings that once seized the freedoms from hundreds of political prisoners, including those transported for forming unions are today disrupted by the industrial action of its unionised custodians - beautiful!
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CPSU Tas Apr 16
Replying to @CPSUTas
"I already know of a number of people who have had to do the same. Those of us on the lower levels are not greedy, we simply are struggling to afford basic living costs."
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CPSU Tas Apr 16
Replying to @CPSUTas
which was increased by 10% just this year alone. With other health issues I am seriously looking at moving interstate at the earliest opportunity, since I am now in a position where if nothing changes, I will not be able to afford rent in the Hobart region."
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CPSU Tas Apr 16
Replying to @CPSUTas
"With penalty rates in the private sector being cut and only 2% increases in wages for a number of years in the public sector, I have lost both $40 per day in private wages and my public wages are significantly lower than increases in things like rent;
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CPSU Tas Apr 16
THREAD: A message from a CPSU Member to – “As a public sector worker I am already required to take additional work in the private sector to make ends meet."
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CPSU Tas Apr 16
Value your workers - they keep Tasmania running, stand up to your Treasurer.
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RTBU Apr 15
Hobart bus drivers will be ramping up industrial action next week. The onus is now on Peter Gutwein & Jeremy Rockliff to resolve this dispute
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CPSU Tas Apr 15
Time's running out! You have until 8pm on Thursday to enrol to vote (link: ) Watch: (link: ) 🍿
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CPSU Tas Apr 15
Replying to @CPSUTas
"What we are asking for is not more than what we need and is not unreasonable. Please give us, as your valuable employees, a fair go."
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CPSU Tas Apr 15
THREAD: A message from a CPSU Member to “Please remember that on the whole public sector workers love & are passionate about their work, but unless their pay rates keep up with the cost of living, not many of them will be able to afford to stay in the public service.
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Tom Lynch Apr 14
was busy claiming credit when Port Arthur won Aust major tourism attraction but was nowhere to be seen when the staff that won that award took strike action today because he won’t pay wage rises that keep up with inflation
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CPSU Tas Apr 14
Replying to @CPSUTas
Port Arthur Historic Site is the best tourist site in Australia - and these workers keep it running year round. They should be compensated for their hard work.
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CPSU Tas Apr 14
CPSU Members at Port Arthur Historic Site stopped work today outside the Penitentiary to say to no to the real wage cut is offering and no to trading-off their conditions, which generations of workers have built.
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CPSU Tas Apr 14
A message from a CPSU Member to "It is disingenuous to claim that this is somehow a fairer deal, considering that the offer is still less than inflation and not in line with CPI.”
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Tom Lynch Apr 13
if you want to thank fire fighters for their efforts this summer offer them pay rises above the cost of living. Anything less is an insult.
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CPSU Tas Apr 11
A message from a CPSU Member to – “Many departments are running on the good will of employees, many unpaid hours are worked to get through the workload."
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CPSU Tas Apr 10
This article 👇👇👇We know that but and his Treasurer are in denial or just aren't listening. It's time for them to so we're no longer the low wage state.
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