The Anna Stewart Project is a Union run program to empower women and improve gender diversity, equality and rights in the workplace.
In this Rewind article from January 1962, The Civil Service Association introduced legislation to amend Part 10 of the Industrial Arbitration Act. It was accepted during Parliament after a request to amend the definition of "Government Officer".
Last week, Dr Jim Stanford was in WA to present a series of guest lectures about workplace reform, analysis on neoliberal economic policy and his latest research on the implications of the gig economy.
The term “domestic violence” typically conjures images of physical assaults perpetrated by men against women and children in the home. But beneath the tip of the iceberg of severe violence lie a myriad of other damaging behaviours, including psychological and financial abuse, and emotional manipulation.
Most adults get around two to three colds a year, and children get even more. In terms of the flu, there are around 3-5 million severe cases of influenza worldwide each year and 290,000 to 650,000 deaths.
NAIDOC Week or ‘National Aboriginal and Islanders Day of Observance Committee’ is this week!
Cat memes may rule the internet nowadays, but their influence on conversation - and even unionism - predates the interwebs. Our inaugural Rewind takes a look at the lighter side of union-journalism as we revisit an article printed in the CSA Journal in July, 1974; an entire page dedicated to the friendly domestic feline.
This article is found in The Journal from March 1994.
This article from September 1964 discusses the importance of providing care and a good home to children in need.
In the 1960’s women were earning around 61 cents to every dollar a man made, now the gender pay gap is narrowing, but it is still a long way from equal pay. This is an article from January 1967 by Alma Lutz for the journal “Women Speaking” and reprinted in the Civil Service Journal of 1967.
In July 1961, when this article was first written in the Official Publication American Federation of State, Country and Municipal Employees, seat belts were not mandatory in cars.
This piece featuring in the Civil Service Journal of 1954 shows us how far we have come in medicine, as the first X-ray machine to scan the brain is unveiled to Members.
We have always been told that the keys on our keyboards are placed in the most frequently hit spaces, but this article from the '80s says that is nonsense. Dr August Dvorak explores different key placement theories and claims we will soon see the death of the qwerty keyboard.
"Loyalty is a two-edged sword. Any Government has a right to expect loyalty and efficiency from its Public Services with this right comes an obligation to see that Civil Servants receive a fair deal in return.
“Trimming the fat” of Public Services is not a new topic, this article from April 1971 in the Journal of the Victorian Public Service Association, talks about attacks on the Public Service and the economic capers of Australian politicians.
Consumers and investors have been warned they could be supporting the modern equivalent of slavery without knowing it because of a gap in the law.
The government will still put legislation for a February 11 same-sex marriage plebiscite to the Senate, despite Labor’s confirmation it will oppose the bill.
It will be revealing to observe Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s conduct following his “sensible centre” speech in London.
By now, many of you will have already received your Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey. But what if you accidentally damaged it? Or what if it never arrived in the mail? Fortunately, it's possible to request a replacement form from the ABS.
Below are the steps you need to take to receive a new form: