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Ebomah’s journey a wonderful example of graduate opportunities at Resthaven

Recently, Master of Business Information Systems graduate, Solomon Ebomah, transitioned from internship to employment at Rosehaven. With their continued support,he is hopeful to be granted his Permanent Resident Visa soon.

HSU leader claims KFC workers better off than those working in aged care

The Federal Government is staring down a key health union after its national boss said workers in the "crumbling" aged care sector would be better off working at KFC.

Transparency to be first step to closing gender pay gap: Minister for Women

Employers will soon need to increase transparency and take action on pay rates as the federal parliament considers a new measure to help close the gender gap.

Identifying and dealing with burnout: the groundbreaking new book helping carers recover

According to the authors of new book 'Burnout: A Guide to Identifying Burnout and Pathways to Recovery', healthcare workers and unpaid carers are prime candidates for developing burnout. BIANCA ROBERTS spoke to co-author Professor Gordon Parker about exactly what the condition is and how those experiencing it can navigate their way to a quick recovery.

ACWIC calls for pay rise to tackle gendered aged care workforce

The Aged Care Workforce Industry Council (ACWIC) said it supports the call by the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) for action to address Australia’s high levels of gender segregation in industries including aged care.

Pacific Island labour milestone reached six months early

A scheme to expand the number of Pacific Islanders working in Australian industries such as agriculture and aged care has reached its target six months early.

Brave Maria’s battle aided immeasurably by accessible aged and community care services

Not-for-profit support networks and charities are often a vital means for many elderly clients to maintain connections with community, no matter their health barriers. For cancer patient Maria Daly they proved irreplaceable. BIANCA ROBERTS reports

Addressing super inequities could deliver 11 per cent boost to members’ retirement balance

National industry super fund HESTA says the May 2023 Federal Budget is an opportunity to deliver a fairer super system for women and low- and middle-income earners, with new HESTA modelling showing paying super on the Commonwealth Parental Leave Pay scheme and better targeting tax concessions could significantly improve the retirement balances of critical health and community services professionals.

ACH Group chair recognised with Member of Order of Australia

ACH Group chair, Mary Patetsos, has received an Order of Australia (AM) award for her ‘contribution in the field of aged care and commitment to advancing multicultural Australia’.

Medicare reforms must support GP stewardship of patient care – RACGP

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) is warning that any Medicare reforms must support GP stewardship of patient care, which is proven to improve patient health and wellbeing.

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