MESSAGE OF SUPPORT: Dear Karen, yesterday our federal leadership met and was updated by you and other Victorian representatives on the Victorian Public Service`s response to the COVID 19 pandemic. Although this pandemic has affected all states and territories, yesterday`s reports showed that the impact on Victoria, and therefore on your members, was deeper and more lasting than in other jurisdictions. Of particular interest were the stories you told us… he works with contact tracers and the thousands of Victorian public sector employees who assist them in this critical work. They are the inconsequentical heroes of this pandemic. They are not seen by the Community, they have been unfairly denigrated by our Prime Minister, but they continue to do the most important work of all. It is her dedication and attention to detail that Victoria will emerge from the pandemic and the lock. TOM LYNCH CPSU/SPSF Federal President CPSU/SPSF Tasmania Secretary www.cpsuvic.org/…/DHHS-1109-fedpres-thanks-to-contac… If you have colleagues who are interested in learning the CPSU, let them know that there has never been a better time to join our union – their simple and fee-paying fees are tax deductible – you give this link to connect: www.cpsu.org.au/join. If you have any questions or comments, please email email@example.com. In the meantime, stay safe! . The Victorian Public Service Enterprise Agreement 2020 was officially approved by the Fair Labour Commission on October 2, 2020 and began its work on October 9, 2020.
The adoption of changing priorities is essential to creating a safe and flexible employment environment in the public service. The parties recognized the importance of ensuring that employees could be used reactively to support government priorities. Victorian Public Service Enterprise Agreement 2020 (PDF, 6.33 MB) Our CPSU representatives developed a draft claim through consultations and general meetings. This project must now be accepted by MEPs – click here to view the project and join now to have your say! Today is Equal Pay Day – which means that today, Friday, August 28, the additional 59 days from the end of the previous fiscal year marked that women have to work on average to earn the same as men this year. To front-line workers in hospitals, pharmacies and laboratories, but also in schools, supermarkets and majors… Retail. In the care of the elderly and disability, im-life and social services. To the workers of the Council and the State Government, wastewater and sanitation.