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Moving forward with COVID Risk Mitigation 24 Nov 2022: Webinar recording and presentation package

Webinar recording and presentation notes to support provider responsibilities for COVID-19 risk mitigation following removal of pandemic orders and requirements.

Addressing Occupational Violence in the Victorian Disability Sector: An overview

This paper provides an overview of the finding of a desktop review of key factors in addressing Occupational Violence in the Disability Sector

Understanding key factors that impact Disability Support Worker Retention

A summary of key factors impacting worker retention identified in a desktop review of academic literature and workforce report.

Member webinar: Victoria's Portable Long Service Benefits Scheme

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In this webinar, held on 4 February 2021, guest speaker Richard Jones from the Portable Long Service Leave Authority provides an overview of the scheme, the amended scope, requirements and timelines. Guest speaker Libby Pallot, Principal at Russell Kennedy Lawyers then speaks to the legislative impact, SCHADS Award coverage, Long Service Leave entitlements and accrual under the NES/pre-Award/EA.

Key benefit points

  • Learn about changes to the Regulations and scope of the Scheme which were introduced recently. 
  • keep abreast of these changes and explore the implications for disability service providers

Who is this webinar for?

This members-only resource is relevant for Victorian disability service providers.

Please note: the information provided at this webinar and in the presentation is accurate as of 4 February 2021, there may be changes relevant to the Scheme beyond this date.

Webinar running time: 47:39

Slides: 

Richard Jones, Portable Long Service Leave Authority: PDF | Word accessible

Libby Pallot, Principal, Russell Kennedy Lawyers: PDF | Word accessible

Contact information

For any enquiries, please contact Jillian Black, Policy & Programs Manager, 0448 063 663, submit enquiry/feedback