Inside this issue:
- Site inspection forms – banned
- Nelson Bay Transfer Register?
- Nurses say thanks
- Sub-Branch elections
Inside this issue:
As members would be aware, a ballot was held last Wednesday 11th November to determine order of placement of members without residential qualification on the various new Country Transfer Registers. Each of the Registers (as they currently stand) are on the Union’s website.
It is important that members recognise that the Registers are all compiled and maintained by the Department – NOT the Union. Having said that, members wishing to challenge any ordering of the lists have until 0900 hours this coming Friday 20th November, 1998 to do so by way of a written report to the Department’s Personnel Section. A review of all such challenges will be conducted on the morning of Tuesday 24th November. Again, that review and any subsequent amendments will be determined by the Department, not the Union, although Union officials will be in attendance to observe proceedings. [Read more]tags | country staffing, transfer, transfer lists
Further to the separate notice titled “Country Staffing Offer” (dated today) which provides a summary of the Special General Meeting’s decision on permanent staffing at an additional 12 country stations (Items 1&2), the following advice concerning the remaining decisions of the June 1998 SGM is provided for members’ information. Members seeking further advice on any matter should contact their elected Official, or an Industrial Officer during Office hours. [Read more]tags | promotions, SGM, transfer
On Tuesday February 17, Region South issued a memorandum advising of the relocation of 45’s water tanker to 33 Stn, and the location of No. 589 hydraulic platform at No. 21 Stn, and seeking nominees for station transfers.
THERE HAVE BEEN NO NEGOTIATIONS ON ANY OF THESE ISSUES WITH THE UNION, AND THERE IS CERTAINLY NO AGREEMENT.
These are the facts as we understand them [Read more]tags | transfer, water tanker