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We Deserve Better Next Steps
Posted 20 Jul

We Deserve Better Next Steps

The last six months, APA (NSW) members have shown immense strength and power in the action we have taken. We have achieved some significant inroads, including a commitment of 1800 new Paramedics. However, we all know that the fight must continue.

APA (NSW) members have voted that they would prefer to accept the 3% offer put forward by the NSW Government and continue to fight for better wages towards the 2023 election. The Executive reaffirm their commitment to listening to the membership. As such, APA (NSW) will be accepting the offer of 3% put forward by the NSW Government for the 2022/23 FY, contingent on their agreement to have meaningful and substantive discussions on a real wage increase. 

Now is the time to look forward to the year ahead. We must continue the fight to ensure that every single candidate and MP commit to the following major reforms: 

Over the coming months, APA (NSW) Executive and delegates will be meeting to plan the next phase of the We Deserve Better campaign. If you want to get more involved in APA (NSW) and become a delegate or delegate supporter, please reach out to us. To the many that put their hand up in the previous survey, we will be in touch shortly. 

In solidarity,
APA (NSW) Executive

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