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Priority consideration will be following the consideration of work injured employees and employees declared excess to requirements. The Guideline provides a vision for workforce mobility in the South Australian public sector that is adaptable to the needs of public sector agencies and employees, supports the retention of skilled employees and minimises service disruption associated with the impacted of the reforms Read more↗

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