CPSU/CSA members welcome today’s announcement that the operations at Melaleuca Remand and Reintegration Facility will be bought back into public hands.
CPSU/CSA Secretary Rikki Hendon says this $2.6 billion surplus provides the government with a great opportunity to invest in our public services.
The CPSU/CSA welcomes the addition of new safety inspectors at WorkSafe.
Melanie Bray, Acting Secretary of CPSU/CSA says the six new inspectors will help provide more timely investigations and action on unsafe workplaces.
Bunbury Delegate Shane from the Forest Products Commission (FPC) says he was nearly in tears after three CPSU/CSA members gained permanency this week.
The CPSU/CSA urges the government to re-invest in public services, which have suffered repeated job cuts and are currently staffed at unsustainably low levels, placing services to the community at risk.