PSA response to Human Rights Commission appointments
For attribution to PSA National Secretary Erin
"The PSA looks forward to establishing a
constructive working relationship with the Acting Chief
Commissioner, Paula Tesoriero and the Chief Executive.
particular, we aim to work together to implement the
recommendations of Judge Coral Shaw’s report that relate
"The PSA will actively support any
improvements which will lead to better engagement with
employees and promote the mana of the Human Rights
"This has been a difficult time for our
members, who care deeply about the work they do.
important that our members feel supported and valued by
their employer, and the PSA will work with the Commission to
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