Put on Friday a selfie with the hashtags #EqualPayDay2020 #WorkingWomenNeed and #SafeRespectedEqual MESSAGE OF SUPPORT: Dear Karen, our Federal Office met yesterday and was briefed by you and the other Victorian representatives on the Victorian public service`s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. While this pandemic has affected every state and territory, yesterday`s reports showed that the impact on Victoria, and therefore on your members, was deeper and more lasting than in other jurisdictions. The stories you told us about were particularly interesting. The work is done by Contact Tracern and the thousands of Victorian public sector employees who help them with this critical work. They are the inconsisted heroes of this pandemic. They are not seen by the Community, they have been unfairly slandered by our Prime Minister, but they continue to do the most important work of all. Our public health team is doing a fantastic job and many are wondering what the difference is here in Vic, and this is the kind of Vid19 we face and how we track what the first class is and that fuels our case #👇 When a woman is murdered by a man on average every week in Australia, You can`t sit idly by and turn your thumbs. ** The UCP recognized and congratulated David Anderson for the loss of this increase Today is equal pay Day – that is, today, Friday, August 28, marks the additional 59 days from the end of the previous fiscal year, on which women must work on average to earn the same as men this year. The organization, each group (PSU and SPSF) and most branches of the SPSF group have their own rules according to which they are governed. Friday is Equal Pay Day and we are coming together to ask for the pandemic support that working women need.. .