is one of the largest and fastest growing unions in Australia with over 230,000 members.
s Paul Gilbert was silent when his mates in the former Labor federal government made changes to the aged care funding formula.
provides a link between Nepal and North America with an objective to promote medical training and practice in Nepal, strengthen Nepalese medical institutions, facilitate medical education in Nepal, sponsor Nepali medical professionals for short-term training in American and Canadian medical institutions, as well as collect and deliver appropriate medical equipment to needy programs in Nepal.
When the Liberal Coalition came into office last year, the ANMF
and other unions feared the worst, and this year's Budget confirmed those fears.
will now begin the process of reporting the details of the offer to members with a final decision on acceptance to be made at meetings on 3 October.
is not ashamed to take a political stance and is inspirational in its leadership against the attacks facing Australian unions.
federal secretary Lee Thomas says many thousands of nurses and midwives may lose the government PPL entitlement if they plan to have a baby after 1 July 2016, as a result of the Fairer Paid Parental Leave Bill 2015.
The situation isn't good on either side of the equation: the ANMF
put this case to a Senate inquiry into temporary work visas.
In the April Lamp, it stated that the ANMF
estimates that 30 to 40 per cent of Australia's nurse and I midwife graduates have been unable to find permanent employment in the past two to three years.
Another report by the ANMF
found that the average level of basic care subsidy received by for-profit networks grows every year.
raised concerns about employers accessing migrant workers with 457 visas, while graduates are getting knocked back.
Janet Bean made her mark not just professionally but also in her considerable contribution to the NSWNMA and the ANMF
during her nursing career.