- 188 positions abolished
- 200 staff targeted for a wave of forced redundancies
- 170 redeployed staff pressured to surrender their jobs under the Voluntary Targeted Severance Scheme (VTSS) (Only 70 of which are affected by the 188 positions lost)
The Union for West Australian public servants has slammed the overnight decision by the Legislative Council to disallow the gold royalty increase.
on Monday, 27 November 2017. Posted in News
Last Thursday afternoon, we held a joint press conference with the SSTUWA to make our concerns public about the rumoured 800 jobs to be cut from the Department of Education via the Voluntary Targeted Severance Scheme (VTSS) and the possibility of the Government utilising involuntary severances to make up any shortfall.
Media Alert on Tuesday, 21 November 2017. Posted in News
Today the Treasurer has announced that the Government will reintroduce an increased royalty on gold.
CPSU/CSA Branch Secretary, Toni Walkington, welcomed the reintroduction of the Royalty increase.
on Friday, 03 November 2017. Posted in News
The CPSU/CSA has raised concerns about compliance in On Demand Transport, as the Government announces its plan to tackle the inequity in the industry.