Member rewards

By becoming a member of the MSAV, VPA Inc or AHP you can access a great range of additional benefits. And they’re not just about making sure your salary and working conditions are protected. We have a range of benefits from assistance with WorkCover claims to discounted travel and low cost banking. Check out your rewards for joining the MSAV, VPA Inc or AHP. Salary and Working Conditions Maintenance of your salary and working conditions in an environment of changing laws is the aim of your union. Enterprise Agreements Your union will negotiate with your employer to secure the best deal for you and monitor the employer’s compliance with the law. Unfair Dismissal Call the union office if you feel that you have been unfairly treated. We can represent you and your costs may be covered by professional indemnity. Free Advice You can obtain assistance on any matter by speaking to the MSAV, VPA Inc, AHP representative in your area or calling the MSAV, VPA Inc or AHP office on 9623 9623, 9623 9625 or 9623 9624 or fax 9663 8109 or send an e-mail to us at enquiry@msav.org.au or enquiry@vicpsych.org.au or enquiry@ahpv.asn.au Equal Opportunity The MSAV, VPA Inc...

Legal services & financial advice

Membership of the MSAV, VPA Inc or AHP means you can access important legal services and financial advice all designed to make your life easier and better. Find out more or call the Union. Equal Opportunity The MSAV, VPA Inc and AHP are committed to pursuing equal opportunity for all workers in the health industry. Equal opportunity is your legal right. Assistance with WorkCover Claims Members can access the services of Union Assist for help with WorkCover ISSUES at no cost. Get more information about Union Assist here Financial Advice Unions recognise that it is difficult for members to know where to go when seeking financial advice. The Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) has endorsed a number of financial planning organisations and individuals. Get more information here Some members of the MSAV and VPA use the services of Unified Financial Services (UFS). Michelle Tate-Lovery, the principal of UFS, has a lot of experience in advising employees in the health industry. For more information go to www.unifiedfs.com.au Members should note that this information does not constitute an endorsement by the MSAV, VPA Inc or AHP of any particular adviser or of advice given by any of these advisers. Neither...

Wages & working conditions

Being a member of the MSAV, VPA Inc or AHP means you’re joining with thousands of other people working across Victoria to make sure your salary and working conditions are protected. Check out how your Union protects your salary and conditions. Salary and Working Conditions Maintenance of your salary and working conditions in an environment of changing laws is the aim of your union. Enterprise Agreements Your union will negotiate with your employer to secure the best deal for you and monitor the employer’s compliance with the law. Unfair Dismissal Call the union office if you feel that you have been unfairly treated. We can represent you and your costs may be covered by professional indemnity. Free Advice You can obtain assistance on any matter by speaking to the MSAV, VPA Inc, AHP representative in your area or calling the MSAV, VPA Inc or AHP office on 9623 9623, 9623 9625 or 9623 9624 or fax 9663 8109 or send an e-mail to us at enquiry@msav.org.au or enquiry@vicpsych.org.au or enquiry@ahpv.asn.au Equal Opportunity The MSAV, VPA Inc and AHP are committed to pursuing equal opportunity for all workers in the health industry. Equal opportunity is your legal right. Workplace Health...

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