Questions about the move to one account  Why have Incolink merged the Severance & Genuine Redundancy Accounts?  Incolink now has only one account, the Incolink Redundancy Account. Incolink is moving to one account to make it easier and fairer for workers.  We had to do this as part of making the Incolink COVID-19 payments available.   Ultimately, the tax that a worker pa ...

  30 MARCH 2020 - FAQs INCOLINK ACCOUNT UPDATES AND INCOLINK COVID-19 PAYMENTS View here   28 MARCH 2020 - CLARIFICATION OF CHANGES TO INCOLINK ACCOUNTS:  We'd like to clarify the changes made to Incolink Accounts. We understand this is a difficult time and we apologise for the timing of implementing these changes. 1. Incolink now has one account type, the Incolink Redu ...

STEP #1 – Login to EmployerLink and head to Manage Workers    STEP #2 – Search/filter for the relevant worker or worker/s and click the member number to edit their status   STEP #3 – Select the Change Employment Details option, tick the COVID-19 Payment Eligible checkbox and Save.      For additional assistance, give us a call on 03 9639 3000 ...

The Incolink COVID-19 payment is currently available:  It will be taxed at 32%.  We acted to lessen your tax burden.   Further payments can be requested every 28 days after the initial payment if the worker continues to be eligible.   Eligible Incolink worker members with an available balance will be able to access Incolink COVID-19 payments of $2,000 (or the balance of ...

PLEASE NOTE: The latest information regarding Incolink COVID-19 Payments is available here.     Eligible Incolink members with an available balance will soon be able to access a COVID-19 payment of $2,000 (or the balance of their account whichever amount is lower). Incolink has made an application to the ATO and can confirm we will now be applying a tax rate of 32% to Incoli ...

PLEASE NOTE: The latest informatino regarding COVID-19 Payments is available here.   I want to reassure you that Incolink continues to support you during these uncertain times. The building and construction industry is continuing to operate as normal, and until advised by Government, work will be able to continue. I’d like to outline the support available to you, the new CO ...

I want to reassure you that Incolink is working to support you during these uncertain times. Incolink is Australia largest worker’s entitlement fund, safeguarding your entitlements, providing vital insurances and investing wisely so we can deliver quality services. We are your safety net in the construction industry. We have unions and employer trustees of the Fund and we are ...

Registering for Online Access takes just 4 quick and easy steps. Make sure you’ve got your Incolink WorkerID handy and head to our online portal WorkerLink to begin. You can also register using the Incolink App for iOS and Android. Step 1 – Start Registration Head to WorkerLink and select the Register button on the left.     Step 2 – Enter Details Next, enter your details ...

A captive audience... Incolink staff treated to special guest, Andrew Denton. Andrew is on the Board of Go Gentle Australia, a charity that leads the conversation around end of life choices, including voluntary assisted dying. Andrew spoke of the challenges involved with standing up for what you believe in. The construction industry is a proud one, with strong values and ther ...

Australia’s leading manager of redundancy entitlements for workers in the building and construction industry today announced support targeted at workers and employers affected by the bushfires. Incolink has 82,000 members in the construction industry across Victoria and Tasmania and its 24/7 counselling service is available to construction workers, employer members and their i ...