Latest news and updates from across the state
We are frequently updating information regarding enterprise agreements from private and aged care sites across Tasmania so our members can stay informed.
Masonic Care Tasmania
The ANMF understands that the employer is revising its position and will make a new offer in the coming weeks.
May Shaw Nurses
The ANMF has asked for an urgent bargaining meeting and is awaiting a response from the employer.
OneCare General Staff
The ANMF is awaiting the employer’s draft agreement for consideration.
The employer has agreed to retain the status quo for former PCT transferring employees – there will be no change to the allowance in lieu of salary packaging. The ANMF is now awaiting the employer’s revised offer in writing.
The ANMF has sent the endorsed logs of claims to the employer.
Christian Homes Tasmania
The ANMF is reviewing the employer’s revised draft agreement.
The ANMF has sent the endorsed log of claims to the employer and is awaiting a response.
Updates correct as at 17 February 2022.
Authorised by Emily Shepherd, ANMF Tasmanian Branch Secretary
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