RFBI Glen Innes Workplace Change

RFBI Masonic Village Glen Innes has sent correspondence about its intention to undertake major workplace change.

It’s extremely disappointing to see aged care workers lose jobs during COVID-19, in an industry which is already understaffed and undervalued.

Throughout this process, members have rights. You have the right to:

  • Be notified in writing what impact the change may have on you
  • Time to consider any proposed changes
  • The opportunity to ask questions or raise concerns, including refusing the change and/or offering alternative suggestions. Cuts to hours can occur, but only with a redundancy or redeployment to a comparable position 
  • Say NO. Contracted hours cannot be cut without your approval 
  • Be represented by the HSU at any meeting  

It is very important that members are aware they should not sign any documents unless they are happy with the proposed change.

If you have any concerns or feedback about the change, please contact HSU Organiser Karen Wiles on 0408 164 519 or [E-Mail not displayed].

Do you know someone who isn’t a member of the HSU? Send them this email. Being a member of the HSU means there’s always someone by your side fighting for your rights. They can join online at www.hsu.asn.au/join or call 1300 HSU NSW and join over the phone.