Federal Budget changes to Gold Super State Scheme
May 24, 2016 11:50AM WST

A recent article published in The West Australian's Business section has outlined a number of significant changes to State superannuation. These changes were announced as a part of the 2016 Federal Budget.For ... Read More

The kids are not alright
Apr 8, 2016 14:24PM WST

The much-delayed Perth Children’s Hospital (PCH) looks like it’s being delayed again and if you believe the Health Minister; it is all the private contractor’s fault. It seems not all external contracting ... Read More

Union gains significant improvements for St John of God Health Care Employees
Apr 1, 2016 11:10AM WST

Update on EA negotiations: St John of God Health Care and HSU - Health Professionals, Clerical and Technical Enterprise Agreement 2016The Union and SJGHC management have concluded negotiations and reached an in-principle ... Read More

A Permanent State of Change
Apr 1, 2016 10:59AM WST

The fall out from the opening of Fiona Stanley Hospital continues to impact across the South Metropolitan health region. The recent FSH Staff Forum conducted by SMHS boss Dr Robyn Lawrence, was well attended with a lot of ... Read More

The rationale for severance
Mar 31, 2016 10:22AM WST

When it has come to the rationale for the reduction in positions in health, the inventiveness of senior health management knows no bounds. They have given every reason but the real one, that is, the Government made a real ... Read More

Supporting Health Support Services
Mar 31, 2016 10:07AM WST

A great relief for members at Health Support Services as the Department of Health yielded to the logic and the pressure applied by HSS members to continue to be employed as health service workers.The Department had been ... Read More

Union gains significant improvements for Ramsay employees
Feb 29, 2016 09:27AM WST

Update on EA negotiations - Ramsay Health Care WA Hospital Health Services Union Enterprise Agreement 2016The Union and Ramsay management have reached an in-principle agreement on the settlement of a new Enterprise ... Read More

You think?
Feb 11, 2016 11:41AM WST

The kids are back at school, you're back at work, the next holiday is booked, next on the 2016 to do list is to think about your pay and conditions.We would like to help, so we have put a quick survey together to hear the ... Read More

Cold Cuts
Feb 5, 2016 12:58PM WST

The health services have not exactly been forthcoming with detailed information about changes and cuts they are making, and planning to make.At RPH we are told that they have identified savings, including reduced numbers of ... Read More

Join Unionists for Refugees at Palm Sunday Walk for Justice
Feb 5, 2016 09:51AM WST

The Palm Sunday Walk for Justice is an annual event organised by church, community and advocacy groups and unions. The event starts with speeches from a number of community leaders followed by the walk.Last year author Tim ... Read More

New ShopRite phone app launch
Jan 19, 2016 10:11AM WST

ShopRite have now developed the ShopRite mobile app for iOS & Android devices to make it easier for members to, not only save money, but also time.For details of all the app's features, and to download the new app, ... Read More

HSUWA Enterprise Bargaining Agreement 2016 Survey
Dec 11, 2015 10:08AM WST

The HSUWA will start negotiations with WA Health in January 2016 for a new Enterprise Bargaining Agreement.This Agreement will cover members employed in Health Professional, Administrative, Clerical, Technical or ... Read More

Two-in-five healthcare workers identify safety hazards
Dec 11, 2015 10:08AM WST

Two-in-five healthcare workers (40 per cent) have witnessed unsafe practices at work, while around one quarter (26 per cent) have seen safety concerns being ignored, new research has revealed.The research, commissioned by ... Read More

Campaign to save TAFE
Nov 4, 2015 08:53AM WST

The State School Teachers' Union have launched a campaign to save the TAFE system.TAFE is currently under threat due to the government significantly cutting its funding, which has led to skyrocketing course fees, staff cuts ... Read More

Crisis in Mental Health Planning & Funding
Nov 3, 2015 09:52AM WST

The HSUWA recently launched a survey to gather more information about your views of mental health planning and funding. We undertook this survey because there has been an increase this year in the number of calls and ... Read More

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