Aged Care Workforce Review is a Farce

02.11.2017

AGED CARE WORKFORCE REVIEW IS A FARCE The Government’s decision to review the aged care workforce without speaking to aged […]

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NEW RESEARCH: CURRENT NDIS CAN’T PROVIDE DECENT JOBS

13.07.2017

NEW REPORT: A new report examines the ability of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) to provide decent jobs for […]

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HSU Election Results – National Officers

23.12.2015

The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) today declared the results of the election for the two HSU National Officer vacancies. Two […]

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Media Release: Turnbull abandons aged care workers

16.12.2015

Hidden in yesterday’s MYEFO were over half a billion dollars’ worth of cuts to health and aged care workforce development […]

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HSU Election Notice – National Officers

30.10.2015

Nominations are called for two National Officer positions: National Assistant Secretary and National Junior Vice President. Nominations, which must be […]

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HSU National Council 2015

26.10.2015

Last week over 75 delegates and observers from around the country came together in Melbourne for the 2015 HSU National Council. […]

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HSU Election Notice – Victoria No. 3 Branch

21.09.2015

Nominations are called for one Ordinary Branch Committee Member at the HSU Victoria No. 3 Branch. Nominations, which must be in […]

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Media Release – States should delay signing NDIS bilateral agreements

27.08.2015

The National President of the Health Services Union (HSU), Lloyd Williams, has today urged State Governments not to sign the […]

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Media Release – Kathy Jackson Verdict: Justice for HSU Members

19.08.2015

The image of Kathy Jackson as a corruption-fighting, union whistle-blower beyond reproach has been shattered by today’s Federal Court decision […]

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Minimum Wage Increase Today: Check Your Payslip

01.07.2015

From today (1 July 2015) Australia’s 1.8 million lowest-paid workers will receive a minimum wage increase of 2.5 per cent. Be […]

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