Benefits of Membership
Incolink Membership has many benefits for employers.
Cost savings - Incolink takes care of your redundancy compliance obligations creating long term savings. Your workforce is taken care of when the job is done, avoiding a large payout at the end of projects.
Become an employer of choice - Construction workers know that being employed by an Incolink employer means;
- their redundancy entitlements are safe,
- accident and illness insurances are there for them,
- access to counselling and other health and wellbeing programs.
Industry Training - Like you, Incolink is committed to a safe, skilled and productive workforce. As the largest funder of industry training outside Government we partner with industry groups to fund the skills based training that businesses need.
Online services - We make it easy to
manage your workforce, invoices and notifications with our online portal EmployerLink.
Applying for Membership
To apply as an Employer Member please complete the online Employer Registration Form.
It will take two to five working days for your application to be processed.
Once approved, you will receive a confirmation email including your member number, temporary password and further information about Incolink Membership.
As part of the application process, Employers will need to supply an Industrial Instrument including Incolink – this could be an Enterprise Bargaining Agreement (EBA) or an Enterprise Agreement (EA) that stipulates contributions to Incolink; or a relevant Award that has provisions to contribute to an industry-specific Redundancy Scheme.
Manage your Account Online
EmployerLink is your online portal to manage:
- Company information
- Company representatives (EmployerLink users)
- Invoices and payments
- Your employees' contact details
- The employment status of your employees
Managing your Workforce
Under the terms of membership, contributions must be paid to all eligible workers. Eligible workers are those who are currently working on a commercial building or construction site in Victoria, South Australia, or Tasmania where an Industrial Instrument applies.
Using EmployerLink makes it easier to manage your workers by ensuring accurate monthly contributions are calculated.
For information about adding, editing and altering the employment status of workers, visit our Help Centre
Apprentices receive a credit to their Incolink account for each day worked on a commercial construction site.
Apprentices will be included on your monthly invoice – so you need to nominate the number of days they have worked on a commercial construction site during the relevant invoice period. This includes days on paid leave, days on worker’s compensation, days spent attending school, rostered days off and public holidays.
If an apprentice has completed their apprenticeship, please enter completion date on Employerlink.
For information about managing apprentices, visit our Help Centre
Incolink Employer Members will receive an invoice each month via email notification. The invoice is based on:
- the number of workers listed and
- the number of weeks in that month.
You can edit your workforce and the number of weeks they have worked using EmployerLink online and changes will be applied to the monthly invoice. Once you have edited and finalised the invoice you can pay your account on time and avoid late fees.
For more information about Payments including Stamp Duty break downs, visit our Help Centre
To allow your workers to claim their redundancy benefit employers are required to confirm the workers’ termination by completion of Termination of Worker section in EmployerLink.
For information on how to edit a workers' employment status, visit our Help Centre
Incolink Assist is our employee assistance program constructed for your workplace by experts in our industry.
Find out how you can create a mentally healthy workplace with Incolink Assist here.