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Posted 17 May '18

APA (NSW) Member Update – Award Rollover?

APA (NSW) Member Update

Award Rollover?

Friday 18 May 2018

Dear Member,

It has come to the time of the year again where APA (NSW) is expected to agree to the rollover of our Award.

The current offer provided by NSW Health is for a new 12-month Award which is a 2.5% increase in pay with no other changes to conditions. This is to comply with the NSW Government’s Wages Policy. 

The APA (NSW) Executive have met to discuss the offer and believe that this offer is unacceptable.

However, prior to providing a response to NSW Health, we seek the views of our membership. 

Please take a few moments to complete this short survey.


APA (NSW) Executive 

The Paramedics Union

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