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  1. Federal Courts staff fight for justice with industrial action

    themselves, with a pay offer that’s even more insulting than that on offer in other Commonwealth agencies ... been made in other Commonwealth agencies while they’ve been heading in the opposite direction. ... The courts should be looking at what’s worked in places like the Tax Office, Defence, DHS, CSIRO, Agriculture ...

  2. Unprecedented strike for Federal Courts staff over rights and conditions

    management continue to ignore the reality of this situation.” “The Federal Courts is one of the only agencies ... around at the progress that’s been made in other Commonwealth agencies that have belatedly recognised ... the Tax Office, Defence, DHS, CSIRO, Agriculture and Prime Minister and Cabinet, who have struggled ...

  3. Yes vote finally ends DHS bargaining deadlock

    Workers in the Commonwealth’s largest agency, the Department of Human Services, have voted 71% Yes ... is the largest Commonwealth agency and this result is a significant step towards resolving enterprise bargaining ... across the board, following the lead set by other recent agreements approved including Tax, Defence ...

  4. Serco Centrelink contract a disaster for vulnerable Australians

    disaster for Centrelink and the thousands of vulnerable Australians who rely on the agency. Serco ... that the Defence Department is currently taking the reverse approach, bringing work back in-house because it offers ...

  5. CPSU submission: Impact of the Government's Workplace Bargaining Policy and approach to Commonwealth public sector bargaining

    employees in agencies like the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Department of Defence, Department ... The overwhelming majority of these staff work in four agencies: DHS, ATO, DIBP and Defence. Combined, ... been directly involved in negotiations and the protracted bargaining process in their Agencies ...

  6. Scrap the Cap

    agencies are forced to arbitrarily limit their staff. This is one of the reasons why labour hire, ... of an Average Staffing Level (ASL) cap on agencies has created perverse incentives to hire contractors, ... Regardless of funding levels or operational requirements, agencies are forced to have a maximum average ...

  7. CPSU submission: Federal Budget 2018-19

    of Defence is one agency that has openly acknowledged the extensive use of outsourced staff. Earlier ... staff, scaling back of contractors and labour hire and the provision of adequate funding to agencies ... on the public service has increased, the imposition of Average Staffing Level (ASL) caps on agencies has created ...

  8. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employment in the APS

    Agencies with the highest proportion of ongoing staff identifying as ATSI Agency No. % Aboriginal Hostels ... Service Commission 13 5.24% The Agencies with the greatest number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ... employees are: DHS (1224), FAHCSIA (267), AHL (249), DEEWR (234), and ATO (155). The Agencies ...

  9. CPSU submission: Australian Government Contract Reporting

    The table does not include all APS agencies, and in particular does not include the Department of Defence ... agencies, such as the Department of Defence, do provide data about the use of contractors but this type ... Defence and the ATO, and some other agencies have made reports, they are the exception. There is clearly ...

  10. CPSU submission: 2016-17 Pre-Budget Submission Summary

    to be counter- productive and a deeply corrosive measure, particularly for smaller agencies. Abandon its plans ... and Defence Housing Australia are all important public resources at threat of privatisations. The so-called ... to fund the health, education, welfare, infrastructure and defence needs of the community Restoring ...

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