The self-sustaining health employers covered by the current EBA are: LEMF is pleased that autonomous local health centres have received correspondence from the Ministry of Health and Human Services that should allow us to move forward on a single EBA to cover the general public sector. Autonomous local health centres are those that are not run by a public hospital. Negotiations will continue on February 3, 2020. The ANMF remains committed to doing everything in its power to conclude a new EAS before the current agreement expires on 31 March 2020. Future wage increases for the new EBA are included in the current EBA and will be transferred to the new EBA. Community health professionals will be the lowest paid health professionals in Australia if their offer of agreement is underway this week. The opportunity to fight for better pay and conditions can only come if the health of the community […] On 12 July, VAHPA and the Victorian Hospitals` Association (VHIA) agreed on the principle of a new enterprise agreement for the community`s autonomous health. Two weeks later, VAHPA members met to get the benefits of the […] A mass meeting of delegates this week means that VHPA`s 2014 Community Health campaign will begin with a bang. Community health delegates have been contacted in recent days to invite them to a mass meeting to be held at 6:30 p.m. […] Among the most important topics discussed in the recent negotiations were: Community health professionals in seven Community health centres sent a resounding message to management, which rejected the non-union agreement on companies proposed last week by management in nine centres. Results are delayed […] We are pleased to inform you that the vote on the multi-employer-allied health trades agreement has been successful.

Members of the following jobs are expected to receive a communication on workers` representation rights (legal obligation for each employer) inviting workers to appoint their bargaining representative in the near future. The ANMF is the standard bargaining representative for members and members do not have to intervene. Nine Victorian community health centres are in the process of deciding on a business agreement proposed by the administration. The proposed agreement is sub-standard at a number of levels and, if adopted, would have negative effects[…] As part of VAHPA`s long-standing «Defending Community Health» campaign, 100 Allied Victorian health experts have now downplayed tools. Workers in the long-neglected sector have recently benefited from a wage increase of about two and a half years […] Negotiations on the new public sector EBA continued on 20 and 28 January 2020. Members` reactions to the annual leave survey were overwhelming and we thank members for their support.