The Public Good Survey

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Our campaign to value and support the WA public sector is made stronger with your input. Please share your views about what "The Public Good" means to you. All survey completions will go in the draw to win a $100 gift voucher. We respect your privacy and will not share or sell your details with third parties. You can view or download our Privacy Policy online here.

What does the phrase "The Public Good" mean to you?

  • Anthony Bean
    answered 2020-06-04 13:21:34 +0800
    Q: When thinking about which public sector issue you MOST support, which area do you support the most?
    A: Supporting the public sector workforce
  • Anthony Bean
    answered 2020-06-04 13:21:15 +0800
    Q: Thinking about local services that are the SECOND MOST important to you, your family or household, which of the following is the second most important?
    A: Emergency Services
  • Anthony Bean
    answered 2020-06-04 13:21:00 +0800
    Q: Thinking about local services that are MOST important to you, your family or household, which of the following is most important?
    A: Disability Services
  • Anthony Bean
    answered 2020-06-04 13:20:20 +0800
    Q: What does the phrase "The Public Good" mean to you?
    A: Police saved my life a few years ago, but if it wasn’t for the dispatchers and the staff helping them, I wouldn’t be here today.

    My local area coordinator helped me find the support I needed for my Autism, but it was the efforts of all the support workers behind him that helped him to find what I needed.

    DMIRS took me under their wing, and allowed me to let my talent for graphics and art shine. They listened to the struggled I faced, and we worked together to create plans and build a future.

    Now I’m an advocate for the safety and health of workers, I support the inspectorate by providing training content and materials, and by capturing their knowledge for future generations of inspectors.

    My role may be small, but the roles we all play build up to something bigger. We all do what we do for the public good. For the sake of something greater than ourselves.
  • Jacqui Macliver
    answered 2020-05-27 13:56:58 +0800
    Q: Please respond to any 'other' answers you have, and share any comments.
    A: I am actually a member of two unions the SSTUWA which I work for and represented me when I was teaching. I still belong to the SSTUWA as a condition of my employment as an Industrial Officer with that union, but am represented by and belong to the ASU as well.
  • Jacqui Macliver
    answered 2020-05-27 13:55:12 +0800
    Q: Are you a Union member, and if so, which Union?
    A: Australian Services Union (ASU)
  • Jacqui Macliver
    answered 2020-05-27 13:54:32 +0800
    Q: Which age group are you in?
    A: 60-69
  • Jacqui Macliver
    answered 2020-05-27 13:54:20 +0800
    Q: Which of the following best describes your status in the workforce?
    A: I work in the not-for-profit sector
  • Jacqui Macliver
    answered 2020-05-27 13:53:53 +0800
    Q: When thinking about which public sector issue you support the SECOND MOST, which area do you support the second most?
    A: Supporting the public sector workforce
  • Jacqui Macliver
    answered 2020-05-27 13:53:35 +0800
    Q: When thinking about which public sector issue you MOST support, which area do you support the most?
    A: Ensuring quality public services
  • Jacqui Macliver
    answered 2020-05-27 13:53:14 +0800
    Q: Thinking about local services that are the SECOND MOST important to you, your family or household, which of the following is the second most important?
    A: Schools
  • Jacqui Macliver
    answered 2020-05-27 13:52:54 +0800
    Q: Thinking about local services that are MOST important to you, your family or household, which of the following is most important?
    A: Mental Health Services
  • Jacqui Macliver
    answered 2020-05-27 13:52:04 +0800
    Q: What does the phrase "The Public Good" mean to you?
    A: It means for the benefit of everyone, not just special groups of people or the selected few.
  • Philip O'Donoghue
    published this page in Take Action 2020-05-25 14:20:12 +0800

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