In today’s Daily Telegraph, the PSA highlights cuts to solicitors and the outsourcing of their work in Fair Trading.
The Public Service Association (PSA) is THE public sector union and proud defender of public services in NSW, representing employees in diverse roles across state government departments, state owned corporations, schools, universities, TAFEs and areas such as the disability sector.
The PSA believes public services are the cornerstone of a civil society and the people who deliver those services perform functions of unmatched value for NSW.
Established in 1899, the PSA has a long and proud history of acting on behalf of its members in all aspects of their working lives, providing support, expert advice and individual as well as collective representation.
The PSA is not affiliated with any political party. Our rules now explicitly prohibit donations to any political parties or candidates.
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