Youth Custodial Officers (YCOs) at Banksia Hill have won back their right to have time spent in the gate house counted towards their ordinary hours of work.
With the help of the union, members have successfully challenged an instruction that saw them losing at least forty minutes per day of unpaid time.
Yesterday the newly elected Treasurer, Ben Wyatt, laid the State’s economic and financial position bare at a series of Treasury Briefings and it’s not a pretty picture.
During the stakeholder briefing the CPSU/CSA attended, the Under Treasurer described the State Wages Policy of 1.5% increases as “looking like a pretty generous policy”.
It has been 10 years since Dental Clinic Assistants first started campaigning to get proper recognition of the valuable work they do through a reclassification of their role.
The great win of the first attempt was the $3000 Attraction and Retention Benefit (ARB) which DCAs and members across Dental Health Services have successfully maintained through bargaining and campaigning for over a decade.
Treasury costings of WA Liberal promises have shown the party’s estimates are reasonable.
The Liberals have made more than $2.8 billion in promises, including the controversial Perth Freight Link project.
Sparring over plans and policy has begun in earnest with Nahan taking aim at Labor's campaign promises last week. We were asked to provide a little perspective to even out the campaiging rhetoric from both sides.
A scathing story published in The Australian today outlines the upsetting situation many families, with loved ones in Disability Services Commission Supported Accommodation, are now finding themselves in.
The threats and underhanded tactics described in the article are appalling.