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Judith Kiejda

When it comes to your rights and entitlements at work, NSWNMA Assistant General Secretary Judith Kiejda has the answers.

Send your questions to: gensec@nswnma.asn.au






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  • International Day of Mourning

    Nurses and midwives are invited to the International Day of Mourning, with families and friends who have lost loved ones as a result of workplace accidents or illness, on Friday 28 April 2017, at 11.45am for 12 midday, in Reflection Park, Little Pier St, Darling Harbour  (next to the site of the old Entertainment Centre […]

  • $10 million a day: That’s how much workers stand to lose if Turnbull has his way on penalty rates cuts

    If the Turnbull Government’s cuts to public holiday pay had been implemented already Australians would lose more than $10 million every public holiday and $30 million in wages over the Easter long weekend. New estimates by the Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) shows at least $10,151,444 would be lost to the Australian workers’ wages […]

  • Bill to keep registered nurses in aged care tabled in NSW parliament today

    Upper house cross benchers will today attempt to protect the requirement in the Public Health Act 2010 to keep at least one registered nurse (RN) in a nursing home at all times. The Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party will introduce a bill to stop the planned changes to state legislation and debate it in parliament […]

  • Podcasts: Global, Green and Healthy Hospitals

    – Carol Behne from the Climate and Health Alliance presented a webinar at the NSWNMA’s March 2017 Committee of Delegates on Global Green and Healthy Hospitals.

  • Consultation about significant changes

    Question: I am a registered nurse and work in a very busy ED of a NSW public hospital. The ED director has indicated that they are going to change our start and finishing times and wants to change the skills mix of current staffing. Can they do this? Answer: Not without consulting with staff and […]