We wrote to Anna Warne, Chief Human Resources Officer, on 30 September to make minor changes regarding the domestic violence leave, noting that they’d made changes to the document without tracking those changes.
Anna’s response was very limited and couldn’t even get our name right – last time I checked we weren’t the Victorian Allied Health Professionals Association!
“Thank you for your email. We have considered VAHPA’s further comments and made some changes. I-MED will shortly be putting the attached version of the agreement to a vote.”
I-MED have pretty much said no to all the things asked for in the log of claims- members' wish list - and said they don’t believe we need any more bargaining meetings to discuss it further.
We understand they’ve now advised staff that voting will occur soon, so it’s that important that members remember that I-MED has an obligation to explain the specific changes they’ve made to the agreement.
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