This page is designed as a guide to assist you with all the current information on eligibility, provide relevant links, news releases etc.
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Financial support for PPTEU members.
Omicron outbreak – support for Incolink members
If you are still employed but unable to work as a result of COVID-19, you may be eligible to access some of your Incolink funds by way of the Incolink COVID-19 Payment.
Eligible worker members receive an Incolink COVID-19 payment of $2,000 or the balance of your account (whichever amount is lower) if you must self-isolate or if you are stood down. You can re-apply for this every 28-days if you continue to be eligible and funds remain in your account.
Pandemic Leave Disaster Payment – Services Australia
Pandemic Leave Disaster Payment: If you’re unable to work and earn income because you have to quarantine or isolate, or are caring for someone who has COVID-19, you may be eligible for a payment.
For more information visit the Services Australia website: Link is available below.
The COVID-19 early release of super program closed on 31 December 2020. You can no longer apply for early access to some of your superannuation.
Incolink now has only one account, the Incolink Redundancy Account. Incolink has moved to one account to make it easier and fairer for workers. Visit the Incolink web site to read about the changes.
It is recommended members register with the "WorkerLink"portal for claims.
With all transactions and applications now being online-only, please ensure you have set up your access to our online services. If you have yet to set up your online access you can do so here.
Members are advised to contact Centrelink direct for any Government entitlements.
Free 24/7 Counselling and support.
All members including regional based members can access Incolink counselling services across Victoria and Tasmania simply by calling 1300 000 129 anytime.
The team provides access to a range of personal counselling services
- Relationship difficulties
- Stress, anxiety and depression
- Mental health issues
- Feelings of suicide
- Grief and loss
- Alcohol & other drugs support
- Financial Rights support
A great initiative has been achieved by the members "Wellbeing and Support Services" at Incolink to provide free 24/7 support to Members requiring counselling and support. These services are made available by Union Member contributions to Incolink through your redundancy fund as part of your EBA.