For all those Victorian organisations that hold Workers Compensation policies, I have conducted a Q&A with the Managing Principal of ReWork, premium expert Joe Bisognano. The new financial year is
WorkSafe has confirmed a change to the way Victorian premiums will be calculated in 2020/2021.
For more than 10 years, each year’s premium rate was impacted by the cost of claims received in
Australia is currently experiencing an increase in occupational violence. Employees are more commonly being subject to acts of aggression and violence by patients, customers and the general public. For the
You will have received your 2016/17 Victorian WorkCover Premium Renewal in the last few months.
This is a reminder to ensure that:
Your Annual Premium payment must be received by 1 October
Many years ago whilst in self-insurance land, one of my colleagues asked the question “Rozanne, why am I labelled a claimant on everything – it seems a bit rude?” In
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) started its roll out in Victoria on 1 July 2016 and will be made available progressively across the state over the next 3 years.
Workers Compensation is a social legislation, put in place to protect workers (and as a result, employers) from financial and social impact of workplace injuries. Ensuring appropriate treatment and compensation
Just a quick last minute note to advise that if you pay your full year 2016/17 Victorian WorkCover Premiums by 5 August 2016, you will receive a 5% discount.
Alternatively if you pay
A common theme of discussion when engaging in discourse about Workers Compensation in Australia is “Mental Health Injuries” or “Psychological Claims”. This topic has long been a flavour of the month,
Victorian Workers Compensation Update – July 2015
All Victorian employers with a WorkCover policy should have received their 2015/16 Policy Renewal and 2014/15 Remuneration Certification documentation by now. The following information