Previously HACSU advised members that we had a win on unpaid overtime with EW Tipping Foundation (EWTF). Continue reading
UPDATE 10/4/14: HACSU has since received a Change Impact Statement which gives us more questions than answers, including no clear detail about the proposed redundancies. All affected members are encouraged to keep an eye out for any notices of meetings with delegates and HACSU officials.
As members would be aware, last week Yooralla’s board met to give consideration to the business case of relocating Yooralla Brooklyn site to Tottenham. Continue reading
After almost 1 ½ years of negotiations, HACSU and South West Healthcare (SWHC) have settled the ongoing dispute about the removal of CATT On-Call Recall from regional teams.
HACSU continues to be concerned about reduction of local mental health services, especially to those in crisis, and do not support this change. Continue reading
HACSU is pleased that the Fair Work Commission (FWC) has approved a new EBA with Delmont Private Hospital for Health Professionals working in mental health. Key features of the new agreement are:
HACSU has lodged a bargaining dispute with the Fair Work Commission after DASSI advised HACSU they intend to undercut your basic award conditions and wages as they say they can’t afford to run their services.
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12 – 14 November 2014 - Commercial Club, Albury
Theme: The Practitioner’s Voice Continue reading
After HACSU lodged a dispute with the Fair Work Commission (FWC) in December 2013 and pursued Yooralla for underpayment of wages from 2012 and 2013, Yooralla were forced to back pay a large number of employees on 6 March 2014. Continue reading
Support the Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA raffle and stand with workers around the world striving for justice and safe and decent work. You could win first prize – $8,000 travel voucher or second prize – $1,499 commuter bike. Continue reading
Following from our meeting with People and Culture and Residential Disability Services Manager late last year, where it was agreed that ongoing consultation with union representatives and local management would be beneficial as a way of establishing clear lines of communication and improved consultation, local HACSU representatives met with Wesley management to discuss various issues around rosters. Continue reading