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AHL staff - where is your $1000?- 1 May 2013 The Exceptional Performance Bonus scheme incorporated into your last enterprise agreement replaced the Hostel Managers Bonus Scheme. The CPSU supported the opening up of the bonus system to all AHL employees.
CPSU Machinery of Government update for DCCEE members- 27 March 2013 Through a Machinery of Government (MoG) change announced by the Prime Minister on 25 March, staff working in DCCEE will be transferred. Staff in Energy Efficiency functions will move to DRET while most other functions will move DIISRTE. CPSU welcomes these moves as they will provide some certainty for DCCEE employees.
Clear VR process could reduce uncertainty at MDBA - 21 March 2013 Due to the impact of state government funding cuts, it is likely that the Murray Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) will face significant job losses in the next few months. Funding is still being finalised, and the decision from the Ministerial Council has been delayed until the middle of April, at the earliest.
AIHW members: CPSU is seeking your feedback on Studybank - 21 March 2013 CPSU members have reported to workplace delegates that their requests for Studybank have been declined for reasons that seem inconsistent with the current policy. Thankfully, CPSU delegates have been able to work with these members to get better outcomes.