More for the Public Service Sector and Less for those Whome they supposidly Serve

More for the Public Service Sector and Less for those Whom they supposedly Serve

Centrelink, Medicare, Child Support Agency employees given perks for turning up to work


* Productivity payments of $650 in September 2012 and September 2013 for employees at or above their maximum salary level for their classification for achieving targets and showing leadership

* Major Reform Payments in 2011 and 2012 worth $500 each in recognition that staff experienced structural change

* School holiday care allowances of up to $16 a day for a child or $163 a week for all children for a maximum of eight weeks where both parents work. The perk requires approval from the Department Secretary

* An extra public holiday on the first business day after Boxing Day

* Up to $600 to an affected employee if a Human Service office relocates in the same city

* Up to $800 under the Household Establishment Allowance if an employee is promoted or reassigned to another locality

* Double time for working overtime for more than three hours on a Saturday

* Salary sacrificing for public transport to and from work
Negotiations for new workplace agreements for Commonwealth Public Servants have begun. With 32,440 employees, Human Services has more staff than Defence, Immigration and Agriculture agencies combined.

Human Services, which includes Centrelink, Medicare and the Child Support Agency, delivered almost $150 billion in payments in the past financial year. It is one of the busiest government departments, and in 2013 shed almost 2100 jobs but in the same period, it promoted 693 staff.

The bulk of the pay increases – 279 – promoted staff up to $67,000, however, four staff were promoted to SES Band 1, which pays up to $190,000, and five staff rose to the ranks of SES Band 2 on an annual salary up to $240,000.

So, ……… New planes for the air force,
(our protection in case of a war)
The above rises for members of our community who chose to serve
others with in the same community, but cuts to the lowest rung and most venerable
of that society. Poly – Many, ticks – blood sucking parasite,
The politics of Australia,

Politics, ide call it a Mafioso Criminal Cabal of
racketeering and profiteering for the gains of certain individuals and their families
within the society, of which we all live in, here Down Under, so to speak .
Your Servants Spending your monies on one thing and telling you here’s a new tax levy?
So our life styles are maintained,,,,,, whilst yours,,…???????





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7 Responses to More for the Public Service Sector and Less for those Whome they supposidly Serve

  1. pamea says:

    Tighten their grip around the throats of ordinary folk. A widow we know is compelled to do 20hours a week volunteer work for Salvos because Centerlink says so & travel costs at her own expense. I suggested (to her daughter that she appeal to higher power.. ” oh no they will cut off her benefit” ) her health is so poor the farm work ( fruit not vegetable picking is beyond her being diabetic & unable to wear boots/shoes or sneakers. My feet give me he’ll but I am over 70 and not compelled to work for my fortnightly payment. Have you heard of such treatment of 58-60 year old?

  2. pamea says:

    I found an informative blog on the subject of accommodation for those without, and reblogged here:

  3. PeterBDunn says:

    Here you go the Political class being used by the banking class to endeavour the furtherance of their profiteering
    Tuesday June 10, 2014

    When was the last time you checked your bank account? If it was over three years ago, your money might not be there anymore.

    The Government has seized nearly $360 million dollars from 80,000 inactive bank accounts.

    Ben Fordham talks to Steven Munchenberg, the Chief Executive of the Australian Bankers’ Association.

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