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The push for safe and affordable car parking continues
Risks to the safety for nurses and midwives around car parking continue to make headlines as the Adelaide City Council (ACC) this week agreed to reverse some of its recent parking control changes.
Aged Care in Crisis - Care Can’t Wait: Doctors and Nurses Unite to Put Care Back Into Aged Care
The Australian Medical Association (AMA) and the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (ANMF) are jointly calling on the Federal Government to act now to guarantee quality and safety in aged care, and not wait till the conclusion of the Royal C
Reports increase as anti-violence campaign continues
The reports we’re receiving are continuing to be directed straight to the Premier himself in our call for the State Government to commit to the principles of the Ten-Point Plan to End Violence and Aggression.
Public sector bargaining: the current state of play update #10
Bargaining has continued with representatives of SA Health and the State Government with a particular focus on safe staffing claims.
What’s the difference? Workforce Renewal Scheme vs Voluntary Separation Packages
There are many, but the most significant distinction between the ANMF-led Workforce Renewal Scheme and the CALHN/WCH-led Voluntary Separation Package offers is that in the latter, the nursing/midwifery position is abolished altogether.
Red Cross members recoup $1,000s in annual leave
Several months ago, members at a Red Cross Donor Centre noticed they were missing some annual leave, owed to them for working a certain number of Saturdays and/or public holidays.
Be part of a youth forum on building bigger, bolder union movement
Call out to all young unionists! You're invited to take part of a special youth forum. Be part of discussing what it is going to take to build a bigger, bolder union movement for young people.
CALHN, WCHN to consult over Voluntary Separation Packages
After an ANMF-initiated industrial dispute at the SA Employment Tribunal last week, both major Local Health Networks have agreed to commence consultation with the ANMF over Voluntary Separation Package (VSP) offers announced earlier this month.
Dementia Action Week: eliminating discrimination
Eliminating the discrimination experienced by people living with dementia, their families and carers marks the focus of this year’s national Dementia Action Week, 16-22 September.
Lyell McEwin Hospital security vehicle escort, concerns raised
Earlier this week, MSS Security at Lyell McEwin Hospital began providing a manned vehicle to escort staff to their vehicles parked in the surrounding streets.
Public Sector Enterprise Agreement Bargaining Update #9
On 17 September 2019, the ANMF tabled your wages claim of 3.5% per year increase, with full back pay.
Have you left aged care or thinking of leaving? Tell us why
The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation is conducting a national survey of nurses and personal care workers to capture the views of those who have either resigned from their role in aged care or are thinking of leaving the sector.
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