Formally acknowledging and reconciling the wrongs perpetrated against Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people—and their long legacy of ongoing trauma—must be a national priority.
This pay table sets out the rates of pay and allowances that will apply from the first full pay period commencing on or after 1 July 2019. These rates of pay have increased due to the 2018-2019 Annual Wage Review.
An archive of previous issues of the TasCOSS enews.
Submission to the Australian Energy Regulator’s Draft Decision on the TasNetworks Transmission and Distribution Determination 2019 to 2024
Draft Guidelines on the participation of the proposed represented person in guardianship proceedings
TasCOSS Members are now able to access the 1 Dec 2017 pay tables from Jobs Australia by logging into the TasCOSS website.
We believe there is an opportunity in the re-design of employment services in Tasmania to create a system that supports job seekers to become confident participants in our society and economy.
TasCOSS Members are now able to access the 1 July 2018 pay tables from Jobs Australia by logging into the TasCOSS website.
The 2018 State Election has been called for 3 March and TasCOSS will be by your side throughout helping to interpret the policy announcements, pointing out where our sector and Tasmanians are affected and holding our potential parliamentary representatives to account.
Community service organisations are increasingly using Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) as a way to outline how they will work in partnership.
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