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Controversy Surrounds Relocation Plans for Gosford Offices of Homes NSW and Community Services



Controversy Surrounds Relocation Plans For Gosford Offices Of Homes Nsw And Community Services

Controversy has emerged surrounding the planned relocation of the Gosford offices of Homes NSW and Community Services to Tuggerah. While management claims that affected staff are content with the transition, some employees have expressed dissatisfaction.

The PSA is now seeking confidential feedback from employees to gain a clear understanding of the situation and represent their interests accurately.

Meanwhile, the Chief Magistrate’s Office has announced changes requiring Goulburn Court staff to attend Nowra Court periodically throughout the 2024 sitting year. The PSA has addressed concerns regarding this arrangement, emphasizing health and safety risks, leave issues, and reduced flexibility for those with caring responsibilities.

The Director of Illawarra South Region has committed to a mid-year review of the implementation of these changes, aiming to ensure that personal commitments and caring responsibilities are taken into account.

The PSA CPSUNSW is also running delegate training courses in Newcastle in April 2024. The courses will focus on the role of the delegate and assisting with member issues, providing valuable skills and knowledge for workplace representatives.

Additionally, the PSA is collating feedback on the proposed Procedure Manual for the Workforce Planning Unit at DCJ. The union is gathering member input on the drafted policy, which will be discussed further in the upcoming Joint Consultative Committee meeting.

In another development, the Art Gallery of NSW is progressing with its Change Management Plan, with 32 comments received on the proposed structure. Staff impacted by the changes will be informed of the actual proposed revisions, with further consultations and communications expected in the coming days.

Rachel Adams

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