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  1. 2019 Pre-election budget

    untitled_design.png Staffing changes by agency Read the CPSU's pre-budget submission here. ...   At a glance: In coming days CPSU members will receive updates on the impact of the Budget in your agency. What ... follows here is a brief overview of significant service-wide issues. Staffing changes by agency: While ...

  2. Submission urges APS Review to serve workers and community

    The CPSU’s submission to the Turnbull Government’s review of the Australian Public Service has ... employment conditions to improve the work the public service does for the community. CPSU National Secretary ... Nadine Flood said: “The Commonwealth public service has a vital role to play in our society. It exists ...

  3. ‘Wages restraint’ in new policy hurts workers and damages economy

    Public Service Commission released the Workplace Bargaining Policy overnight, which will apply to all ... Commonwealth agencies during the next round of enterprise bargaining. The policy demands ‘wages restraint’, ... while capping pay rises at 2% a year, and also severely restricts the ability of Commonwealth agencies ...

  4. CPSU submission: National Integrity Commission Inquiry

    corruption for prosecution or misconduct to agencies; • make public findings that focus on broader strategic ... particularly concerned about the increasing risk of corruption and misconduct outside of public sector agencies ... Secretary The Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) welcomes the opportunity to make a submission ...

  5. Election 2019

    in Federal Election campaign activities and their responsibilities as public servants. Guidelines give green ... light to get involved. Australian Public Service Commission (APSC) Guidelines state: “APS employees may ... may make public comment in an unofficial capacity, so long as it is “lawful and the employee makes ...

  6. Cormann chooses ideology over reality on staffing cap

    agencies.  The reinstated Minister for Finance and the Public Service has criticised the Federal ... Opposition’s recently adopted policy to scrap the staffing cap in the Australian Public Service, and instead ... in Commonwealth agencies is somehow cheaper, despite the Government’s secretive and ballooning spending ...

  7. CPSU submission: Commonwealth Integrity Commission

    the integrity of these agencies and try to ensure that they are free of corruption. While the CPSU has publicly ... for prosecution or misconduct to agencies; � make public findings that focus on broader strategic and policy ... of corruption and misconduct outside of public sector agencies as a result of the huge increase ...

  8. Scrap the Cap

    sector are ongoing. The Coalition has capped the size of the Australian Public Service to around or below ... 2006-07 staffing levels. This means that regardless of how much work needs to be done, agencies are forced ... AND SERVICES A Shorten Labor Government will improve efficiency in the Australian Public Service and end ...

  9. Services for Northern Territorians dudded with Gunner Budget

    to public services will hurt all people living in the Northern Territory. The Budget bad news comes less ... public service, hurting workers and the critical public services they provide. CPSU NT Regional Secretary ... short-sighted decisions in cuts to public services that will hurt people and communities.” “The Gunner ...

  10. Our stories making a difference on jobs

    employing enough staff in the public service to do the work that needs to get done, so that staff can rely ... an arbitrary cap – the ‘ASL cap’ – which means that agencies have to use labour hire and insecure work to get ... their job done. The Turnbull Government is wasting billions of dollars by outsourcing public sector work ...

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