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‚Äôs¬†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 »