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Protect's wellbeing services expand drug & alcohol support
Protect and ADA Australia are pleased to announce a partnership in the delivery of workplace mental health support services, and of behavioural health and safety awareness around drugs and alcohol.
Hardship payments available to eligible severance members
Members are reminded that there is a hardship payment available to eligible severance members who are stood down during COVID restrictions.
Protect service will continue during office closure
The Protect office will be closed from 28 May 2021 due to COVID restrictions. Read on to learn of the arrangements in place to continue support for Protect members by staff working from home.
UFU achieves enhanced benefits for members
"Recently, your Branch Committee advocated for, and endorsed, a renewed Protect Income Protection Policy with enhanced benefits for UFU members."
What’s new in the standard IP policy?
Protect administers Australia’s leading range of personal income protection insurance policies for workers. Here's a brief summary of some of the changes to the Standard Protect Injury and Sickness Policy.
Metro Trains workers opt for protection
In addition to being the Metro Trains Shop Steward, Linesman Andrew Taranto is an ETU State Councillor and an advocate of Protect income protection & counselling.
Metals members rate Protect severance
"The service we get is second to none. We have direct contact with the Protect Field Officers for support which is a massive plus for the Metals being in Protect."
Celebrating women in trades
The joint Protect & NECA International Women’s Day lunch has become an event not to be missed. Get yourself on the invite list!
Email for free Ballarat Cycle Classic registration
Held on Sunday 14 March this year, the FECRI fundraiser is made up of eight events, from a 6km walk all the way through to a 100km ride
AMWU wins fixed dollar severance increase
"We’ve had an excellent win for our members in the construction industry, due to changing the way the severance rate is calculated."
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