How Incolink is supporting the Building and Construction Industry
Posted on May 23, 2023
Over the last three decades we have worked to build a skilled and sustainable workforce.
As the safety net for the building and construction industry we protect members' entitlements when they need them most.
Member entitlements are securely held in trust and invested prudently, optimising returns and investment in the industry.
Our diligent management means we readily meet member claim obligations, and have done so for over 30 years.
The dividends from our investments fund our operations, meet our members’ wellbeing needs, and are reinvested back into the industry through training and upskilling to ensure you have a skilled, healthy workforce.
Incolink tackles some of our industries toughest challenges such as job security, mental health, physical financial wellbeing, women in construction and overall education.
In 2022 we paid out just under $140m in entitlements to more than 18,000 workers who found themselves without income.
Speaking about the services we bring to the building and construction industry, Incolink CEO Erik Locke said “In addition to protecting worker entitlements, we offer an unmatched suite of services to the industry. These include job support, training, counselling, suicide prevention training and on-site health services just to name a few”.
Locke continued “Incolink reinvests back into the industry through training and upskilling ensuring we have a skilled, healthy and sustainable workforce. We tackle some of our industries toughest challenges such as job security, mental health, physical financial wellbeing, women in construction and overall education.
To learn about the different programs we funded in the last financial year you can view our Annual Report here.
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