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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."
Electrical services industry  forecast is positive
It’s heartening to note some of the predictions from industry analysts in relation to how the Electrotechnology industry is likely to respond to a recovery.
Protect eliminates heavy financial burdens
The Maritime Union of Australia a division of the CFMMEU first secured income protection insurance for our members in the maritime industry in early 2013. After meeting with and reviewing several different providers, the MUA selected the Protect Injury and Illness Cover as the preferred cover.
Watch the video: 7 Signals of electrical industry employment in Victoria
As part of the 2020 NECA Virtual Conference, Protect CEO Michael Connolly explores what our data shows about employment in Victoria's electrical industry
Melbourne’s lock down ends - working from home stays
After great sacrifice, Melbourne has been released from 112 days of lockdown. While we're excited to get back to some sort of normality, we will largely continue to work offsite as per the Victorian Premier's advice.
Your digital membership card is on the Protect App
You'll never be caught without your card if you have your phone with you! Your digital card provides your membership number and acts as proof of membership exactly as the hard copy has done.
R U OK? Day
September 10 is the perfect opportunity to reach out to those we care about and make a simple welfare check. But what do you do if your mate says they're not ok?
Working as a first responder in the age of coronavirus
Career firefighter Shane Cummins runs us through a day in the life of a first responder. There are over 3,400 professional career firefighters in Victoria. Unlike many other professions, they can’t work from home and at various times throughout their shifts, social distancing is impossible.
Supporting Victorians through stage 4 lockdown
Six weeks of stage 4 lock down may impact the employment and mental health of Victorians. We can help.
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