The terms and conditions of employment of Victorian public health employees are generally determined through collective bargaining. Victoria`s public health sector employs more than 80,000 full-time equivalents. These include doctors, nurses and midwives, health scientists, mental health nurses, technicians, administrative and office staff, engineers, caterers, cleaners, gardeners and a number of other workers at more than a hundred sites across the state. ALL staff members will have the opportunity to vote on the final agreement, whether or not you have appointed a representative. “Company agreements” (or company agreements) are agreements concluded at company level between employers and workers on working and employment conditions. While every Victorian public health service is a full-fledged employer, for many groups of workers (e.g. B nurses, midwives or health professionals), negotiations on companies are conducted on a national basis, with the support of the Victorian Hospitals` Industrial Association with the trade unions concerned. The Fair Work Commission has set Tuesday, December 3, as the date of hearing of the dispute over the delay in increasing the remuneration of health professionals in the public sector. As stated in the latest HP updates, the VHPA believes that the public […] Corporate negotiations in the Victorian public sector are conducted within the Federal Jurisdiction for Industrial Relations and in accordance with the Fair Work Act 2009. Negotiations in the public sector in the Victorian sector are also conducted within the framework of the Victorian Government`s labour relations policy. .

Yooralla`s health professionals have not had an increase for more than two years, although the large provider of services for people with disabilities reveals a surplus of $6.6 million. Yoorallas` annual report for 2012-13 shows the surplus of $6.6 million […] Throughout the process, we will keep you and your representatives informed of the progress of the negotiations.. . . .