Page not found

Error message

The page you requested does not exist. For your convenience, a search was performed using the query agencies defence.
  1. CPSU submission: 2015-16 Pre-Budget Submission

    service measures, there have been specific, targeted cuts to agency budgets and/or programs including:- ... and another 1,700 are scheduled to go by the end of 2016-17.- cutting Department of Defence APS staff by 1,200 ... Energy Agency by $435 million.- cutting funding for the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting ...

  2. Standing up for DHS staff and customers

    It is not an exaggeration to say that the Department of Human Services is an agency in crisis, and it is not something I say ... proper funding the agency loses the capacity to make good policy decisions, design effective programs ... government. Service delivery agencies are hit hardest by a number of elements of budget funding processes. ...

  3. Know Your Rights: CPSU's Critical Incident Service

    an incident occurs, and may decide to provide ongoing criminal defence assistance under the Critical Incident ... Gordon criminal defence lawyer residing closest to the incident and provide the member with immediate ... Slater & Gordon have experienced criminal defence lawyers situated in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne ...

  4. Critical Incident Service

    to provide ongoing criminal defence assistance under the Critical Incident Service beyond the initial advice ... of the CPSU. The CPSU will contact a  Slater+Gordon  criminal defence lawyer residing closest to the incident ... are involved in a critical incident. Slater+Gordon  have experienced criminal defence lawyers situated ...

  5. AHL: What's at stake in bargaining? 2017

    Term of agreement Proposed change Defence Reservists Leave No change Miscellaneous Leave • Separately ... pay rates and other APS agencies. CPSU recommends Term of agreement Proposed change employees consider ... Salary on movement from another agency No change Salary on promotion No change Recovery of overpayments ...

  6. ASADA- what's at stake in bargaining?

    consistent and more arbitrary. (Clause 54) Community Service Leave (Clause 83) No change. (Clause 55) Defence ... reserve leave (Clause 84) Updated to new recommended clause from Defence Reserves Council – no change. ... the APS, including NO votes, is putting pressure on the Government and agencies to come up with fairer ...

  7. ANSTO- what's at stake in bargaining?

    pregnancy-related part-time work. Defence reserve leave No change Long service leave No change Travel Reasonable ... pressure on the Government and agencies to come up with fairer offers that don’t slash important rights ...

  8. AHL: What's at stake in bargaining?

    Government is allowing other APS agencies to offer their staff 6% over 3  years – why shouldn’t AHL staff get the same?  A W Purpose and values  ... be refused on reasonable business grounds is removed.  Defence reservist leave  No change.  Miscellaneous leave   ... pressure on the Government and agencies to come up with fairer offers that don’t slash  important rights and conditions.  Action getting results   ...

  9. APS social media rights and responsibilities

    of growing uncertainty. In some circumstances, APS agencies have sought to shutdown the rights of public ... media rights and responsibilities The APSC is now reviewing its social media advice to APS agencies ...

  10. Narrow Yes vote secures new CSIRO enterprise agreement

    rights and conditions. It’s a similar position to what we’ve already seen this week in Defence ...

Pages