Union delegates are the life blood of activism and the protection of our rights and entitlements in the public sector. Nine times out of ten these passionate individuals are also the life blood of our communities - dedicating tireless hours to community groups, sporting associations and local causes.
Meet Phil Goulding, our Workload Management champion for Your Union Agreement.
Phil works in the Department of Agriculture and Food as a Research Officer, and is responsible for mapping and tracking environmental emergencies across Western Australia.
It isn't every day that you will hear someone admit to being passionate about superannuation, but Leanne Reid cares deeply about the impact superannuation is having on the gender pay gap and how women - young and old - need a champion who will make super a priority in workplace bargaining.
CPSU/CSA Member and Councilor, John Lamb is a Procurement Manager at the Department of Finance. John helps in developing and managing whole of Government contracts like Common Use Agreements.
Michelle is a former social worker but recently made a career change to teaching and has now been a Social Studies teacher at Banksia Hill Juvenile Detention Centre for nearly a year.
Clare Utley has been a CPSU/CSA union delegate since starting in the public service with the Office of State Revenue, more than 33 years ago. After moving to Albany 15 years ago, Clare continued her career with the Forest Products Commission as the Senior Conveyancing Officer.
Since the new State Government rolled in, sweeping changes have been made, including a new DG for the Public Service.
We sat down with Darren Foster about his new appointment as Director-General, Department of Premier and Cabinet.
The Anna Stewart Memorial Project is an annual training program for women in Unions to learn the history of Unions and forge a new future for female leadership in the movement.
Cipriano (Cipri) Martinez currently advocates for fairer workplaces but his career in advocacy started over 20 years ago in a very different field.
In a world where we see tragedy on the news every night, more and more of us are becoming immune to the everyday grumbles of working people.
Having the ability to lift someone weighing more than 60 kilograms, working at confronting accident scenes and putting your life on the line in the course of duty are just part of the job for firefighters.