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Tasmanian Minister resists demand for paramedics' pay rise after doctors win increase (26/02/2015)
Tasmania cannot afford to offer paramedics a 14 per cent pay rise despite doctors having won an increase, Health Minister Michael Ferguson says.
Source: ABC

‘What if we eliminated desks?’: tales from the global office space squeeze (26/02/2015)
The shrinking is happening beyond New York. The average amount of space per office worker in North America dropped to 176 square feet in 2012, from 225 in 2010, according to a commercial real estate association. Though more recent figures are not available, real estate experts say there is no doubt that workers are being shoehorned into even less space.
Source: BRW

Infrastructure Department public servants offered pay rises of less than 1 per cent (25/02/2015)
More than 1200 public servants at the federal Department of Infrastructure have been offered basic pay rises of less than 1 per cent each year in return for working three extra days.
Source: Canberra Times

2015's 'perfect storm' for Woden will be the public service exodus (23/02/2015)
Plans are on track for 400 public servants to leave Woden this year and one community representative said the town centre was facing a "perfect storm".
Source: Canberra Times

Australian Public Service performance management 'unfair, inconsistent, useless' (23/02/2015)
Performance management in Australian Public Service workplaces is unfair, inconsistent and lets dud bureaucrats off the hook, rank-and-file staff says.
Source: Canberra Times

Staff member sacked, second quits at ACT Public Trustee as alleged $1.65 million fraud probed (23/02/2015)
A staff member has been sacked and a second has quit as investigations into an alleged $1.65 million embezzlement at the ACT Public Trustee's Office continue.
Source: Canberra Times