Supporting members through tough times with entitlements and wellbeing programs.
Posted on Dec 20, 2023
Our FY23 Annual Report released today, shows how we have supported our members through some pretty challenging times with entitlements and industry specific programs and services.
Our healthy 8.9 per cent return will allow us to continue to invest in programs into the future.
Last financial year we paid out $140m in redundancy entitlements to more than 42,000 workers supporting them in a time of uncertainty.
We have continued to invest in millions in construction projects across the country, creating jobs for members and helping member businesses to grow.
In everything we do, we have one eye on member needs today and one eye on the future.
Investing back into the industry
Incolink CEO Erik Locke said our investment strategy allowed us to do more for members, including investing $21m in industry training and health, safety and wellbeing services.
“This includes strengthening our award-winning suicide awareness program Bluehats through the hiring of three dedicated mental health educators, the delivery of more than 100 wellbeing toolboxes, and providing free counselling services to hundreds of members and their families,” he said.
We also expanded our sun safety program including SunSmart toolboxes and Skin checks.
“Acknowledging the human toll of skin cancer in our industry, we recently invested in a new partnership with the Cancer Council to run UV SunSmart toolboxes and offer free skin checks across more than 40 worksites this summer.”
“In everything we do, we have one eye on member needs today and one eye on the future. That’s why we continue to focus on solutions to building a sustainable workforce of the future.