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Premier Michael Bruce Baird announced his retirement as NSW Premier and Member of Parliament for Manly on Thursday last week. Lets look back on his legacy. 2007: Entered into Parliament after a very successful career as a merchant banker. Appointed to Shadow Minister for Finance.2011: Mike appointed treasurer in the new O’Farrell Liberal Parliament. 2012:[…]
Our website provides me with some of the google searches people have done to get to our site. It doesn’t record any information about who has done the search or even what country they are from. It does give me ideas as to the stories I should be writing. For instance, the story about holidays[…]
Each year Safework Australia interviews over 5,000 injured or ill workers who have had a claim for less than two years to see how they have progressed through the workers compensation system. The figures for the 2016 survey are now available. you can find the tables here: Return to Work Survey 2016.Here are some of[…]
Permanent, Temporary or on Probation. Workers Compensation is available if you are injured at work. There are very few restrictions as to who can access workers compensation in NSW or in any other state of Australia. Workers Compensation is there if you are injured at work. What category of worker is covered by NSW Workers[…]
Mental health claims make up to 45% of the total number of workers compensation claims made under NSW workers compensation. This number is replicated throughout Australia and indeed most of the world where stats are kept. It is also one of those claims that are all to often put in to the too hard basket[…]
Can I go on holidays if I am on Workers Compensation? Everybody wants a holiday away from the everyday and the benefits of taking one are well known. They are relaxing and rejuvenating and really is there anything better than sitting back for a while not having to worry about what is happening back at[…]
Welcome to the first Your Questions Answered for 2017. This weeks question is can I ask for a Redundancy while I am receiving Workers Compensation?
Administration assistants & Community Organisers -Volunteer positions The Injured Workers Support Network does what it says on the box. We support injured workers and their families. Our main focus is on member meetings run for and by injured workers – and we need some help to do this.Parramatta locationExciting opportunity to make a visible difference[…]
"Injured Workers Walking Together"
Established in 2011, the Injured Workers Support Network (IWSN) is an organisation whose prime purpose is to assist injured workers in meeting the adjustment needs, psychological issues and re-employment challenges during their injury or illness. The network is able to offer advice in gaining the services for which they are entitled. The network offers: Peer support – opportunity to meet other workers who face the same difficulties and challenges Information regarding the NSW workers compensation system An opportunity for guidance and support while dealing with their injury, illness or disability
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