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Victorian Stand Alone Community Health Services Multiple Enterprise Agreement 2017

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Healthe Care`s VAHPA members conducted a close campaign during which, shortly before Christmas 2016, a request for fair work and the launch of union actions in January 2017 were presented. This has led to an improvement in the supply of health care management, advocated by AAPA members. The only way to get Community employers in the health sector to negotiate individual agreements is to ask the Fair Labour Commission for a decision called majority support. This requires the majority of affected employees to sign a workplace petition stating that they want to negotiate for a single operating contract. The final agreement included the inclusion of the CPD allowance in the salaries of Allied Health and Customer Service Operator employees, with wage increases applied: 2.25% from the start of the EA and 2.75% from 1 July 2017. While we must fight for the survival of community health, the simple fact is that negotiating a multi-company agreement covering all community health centres is not good for allied health professionals or for the community health sector. That`s why VAHPA strives to negotiate individual business agreements in each community health centre. However, employers and their representative, VHIA, are unwavering in negotiating an agreement on several companies, although, as the result for community health dentists (6 different enterprise agreements) shows, they cannot guarantee that this will be the end result of such negotiations. The new agreement finally came into force on May 3, 2017 and many employers made the refund available shortly before that date. The hard-won agreement came with many improvements, including: Negotiations on an enterprise agreement for Marina Radiology employees have just begun, the first round of negotiations will take place on July 5, the next one will take place soon on August 2. The actions taken by AAAP members successfully rejected the idea that the work of persons with disabilities was worth less than the work of people working in the public and/or public health and/or municipal sectors, by defending existing conditions and improving conditions.