Extract from their PSA 2013 Annual Report
“In the face of ongoing job cuts, PSA membership remains stable and now stands at 58,427, slightly up on last year. The Executive Board has identified recruitment as a top priority that must be a feature of all the union’s activities in order to maintain and increase our influence.
A number of new recruitment strategies are being tested, including prize draws for members who recruit new members.
The PSA Benefits team, a company which specialises in union recruitment, has recruited 441 new members over the past year.”
With over $9M spent on PSA staff wages per annum why have they set up a recruitment team and more importantly a company?
Why aren’t the members told who holds the shares and why are they investing in a company who sole job is recruitment and yet they have X hundred of staff at the PSA. Read more »