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OSHC Sector Proposed Mergers

There has been a proposed merger between two of the largest outside school hours care providers in the country. The merger would result in one provider owning a total of 1,164 OSHC services in Australia.
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CCSA Regional and Remote Strategy Submission

CCSA recently made a submission in response to the Department of Education’s Regional and Remote Strategy Consultation. To contribute effectively to the consultation with relevant and reliable information, CCSA formed two working parties to add to the sector experience already held by the organisation. Members of the working parties were experienced early childhood and community
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Refer a service and go into the draw to win an iPad!

You know how helpful CCSA is: why not SHARE THE NEWS with other services.

If you refer a service that becomes a member we’ll reward you both with the chance to go into the draw to win an iPad.

The more members we have the stronger we get, so all you need to do is fill out the form below to generate a referral email. Make sure that you let the service know you have referred them, so they don’t miss out on this opportunity.

Referring is easy

Just complete this simple form to spread the benefits and make the early childhood education and care sector stronger and better.

Once the service you have referred takes up a CCSA membership, you will both go into the draw. The lucky winner will be announced in August 2017.

CCSA Submission to the NSW Department of Planning

CCSA recently made a submission in response to the NSW Department of Planning Draft Education and Child Care State Environmental Planning Policy (SEPP).
The proposed SEPP aims to streamline the planning system for education and child care facilities including changes to exempt and complying development. It also aims to provide more relevant information to new
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Are my casual employees really casual?

Sometimes employees are genuinely employed as casuals to fill a short term vacancy, but go on to work regular and systemic hours without having the position formalised and reclassified. It may also be the case that an employee originally employed as a casual has actually become a temporary or even a permanent employee.

Most awards and agreements contain a definition for casual employees. It is always a good idea to check that your regular staff are classified correctly, including administration and cleaning staff, remembering that it is not an employee’s choice whether they are classified as casual. CCSA’ Member Support team explains here. (more…)

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