Yooralla Service Agreement

The current Yooralla agreement expired in 2009 and was last negotiated in 2006. This means that the conditions set out in this agreement are now 10 years old and wages are the minimum of the bonus. HACSU members in Yooralla went to ask Yooralla to negotiate a fair deal. Are you confused as to whether you have started your NDIS plan or NDIS in general? Yooralla Connect can help you on your NDIS journey, no matter what stage you`re at, with free one-on-one meetings. Contact us at ndis.infohub@yooralla.com.au or 9666 4500. Yooralla`s free guide to implementing your NDIS plan includes information about service contracts and all the important steps in implementing your NDIS plan. and how Yooralla can help you with our flexible and high-quality services. Download this notice here in PDF format to print and print it on your bulletin board at your workplace. Yooralla management has informed HACSU that it will cease negotiations on the ABE DSW and ask employees to vote on a new agreement shortly. HACSU members fight for better ABE Following yooralla`s proposed deal in May this year, HACSU members have identified a number of important concerns.

Thanks to the strong and ongoing campaign of HACSU members, we have managed to achieve a number of improvements, including: On the next two pages you will find a detailed list of our demands to establish a better standard of living and a better level of care as we enter a new era of services for people with disabilities in Australia. This Agreement applies to members working in Yooralla`s accommodations and individual support services. Since the agreement expired, Yooralla`s management has delayed and rejected negotiations beyond the minimum allocation level. It is time for Yooralla`s management to offer a fair deal. Without decent wages and conditions, Yooralla struggles to attract and retain highly skilled and experienced disabled workers. This means that service delivery will suffer. The insurance model allows people with disabilities and their families to have control over the care and support they need. This, in turn, will create a huge new market for services to people with disabilities that will require more skilled disabled workers.

A company agreement (EBA) is a legally binding agreement between management and employees negotiated by union members. .