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Call for feedback on $86 million health plan
3 July - The Southern Adelaide Local Health Network (SALHN) Southern Health Expansion Plan Consultation Paper is open for consultation and is available on the SALHN intranet.
Health networks ramp up moves to axe staff
3 July - The ANMF (SA Branch) has expressed alarm over reports local health networks are moving to axe South Australian nurses and staff through Voluntary Separation Packages (VSPs).
New Enterprise Agreement secured
25 June 2020 - Thousands of Public Sector nurses and midwives have voted overwhelmingly (over 95 per cent) in favour of the new Agreement.
Proposed new Nursing / Midwifery (South Australian Public Sector) Enterprise Agreement 2020
5 June - The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (SA Branch) Executive, Council, Staff and Worksite Representatives have worked tirelessly to be able to secure a new Agreement which protects and extends your wages and conditions over the comi
Extended car parking follows safety concerns
3 June - Whyalla Hospital has revised its car parking policies following concerns by members about safety and parking in non-daylight hours.
Crazy Priorities In South Australia’s Largest Health Network
3 June - The nurses’ union has furiously hit out at reports the Central Adelaide Local Health Network is proposing to boost bureaucratic support to its Chief Executive Officer Lesley Dwyer while at the same time proposing to slash the number of nurse
Have your say on intellectual disability health
22 May - Consultation on the new SA Intellectual Disability Health Service Draft Model of Care is now underway until May 29.
Your Enterprise Bargaining Agreement and next steps
20 May - As you would have seen in previous updates, after protracted negotiations with the State Government, ANMF (SA Branch) Council met on May 11 to consider members’ preferences on a proposal received from Government.
NSW nurses “insulted, degraded’’ by wage freeze
13 May - Nurses in New South Wales were all due to celebrate International Nurses Day this week.
In-principle agreement reached on public sector Enterprise Bargaining Agreement
12 May 2020 - After months of protracted negotiations with the Marshall State Government, the Council met on 11 May to consider members’ preferences on the recent proposals provided. They determined, in line with the unanimous decision of the Worksit
ANMF calls for permanent health resources
7 May - The ANMF (SA Branch) is calling on the State Government to ensure that some additional resources committed to the health system will remain in place after the COVID-19 pandemic ends.
Important EB Update: Government responds - BUT...
3 May - At last the State Government responds on Public Sector Bargaining – BUT… Seeking Public Sector workers views urgently on the Government's proposal
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