Staff and members are readying for a vital election.
The PSA/CPSU NSW Campaign Committee has been working with staff and members to help prepare for the coming state election.
Staff and members will be campaigning in the coming months to press parties to go to the polls with better policies for workplaces covered by the PSA and CPSU NSW.
“We know issues such as the wage cap and industrial relations laws are important to our members,” said Manager Industrial Specialist Dylan Smith. “We want members to take this into account when they go to the polling booth.”
Committee members have been updating committee meetings in PSA House to get the word out about the campaign to the wider membership.
The PSA/CPSU NSW is still conducting its usual courses for members, including one-hour webinars in covering mental health and bullying in the workplace.
“The one-hour webinars are a great way to upskill without taking leave and travelling to a training site,” said Mr Smith. The PSA/CPSU NSW will release its 2023 training schedule early in the new year, with a mix of in-house and external courses. “Members should keep an eye out for
what’s on offer,” said Mr Smith. “Make next year one of self-improvement.”
Did You Know?
- Nearly all PSA/CPSU NSW members can access Union Training Leave, so no need to dip into your holiday time
- Courses are delivered online, at PSA House in Sydney or in regional centres.