HACSUHealth and Community Services Union (Australia)
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Rather than welcome good news on an issue both Labor and HACSU have raised publicly on many occasions, Ms White and Mr Jacobson chose to play politics, trying to claim the reduction statistics were 'deceptive', and that is was somehow invalid to compare the number of ramping incidents between September 2014 and January 2015.
HACSU and Labor should desist from their scare campaigns in health, apologise for their scaremongering, and welcome the Government's decisive action to tackle the ramping issue which became rampant under Labor's management of health.
Mr Double said the DHHS was also awaiting the outcome of a separate 25% work value claim that HACSU have submitted to the Tasmanian Industrial Relations Commission as they both relate to work conditions.