Australia’s leading manager of redundancy entitlements for workers in the building and construction industry today announced support targeted at workers and employers affected by the bushfires. Incolink has 82,000 members in the construction industry across Victoria and Tasmania and its 24/7 counselling service is available to construction workers, employer members and their i ...

The IncolinkBus has been visiting sites since it launched in June 2019. In the last 6 months the bus has had 900 workers get on board. The IncolinkBus takes the Incolink Health Checks and Skin Checks around Victoria to see workers on sites. Generally, men don’t go to the doctor as many times a year as women partly due to working hours and often other cultural factors. Unfortu ...

Lendlease’s $2.9 billion Melbourne Quarter precinct, bordered by Collins and Flinders Streets, is one of the largest mixed-use urban regeneration developments in Melbourne. Once complete, the project will deliver seven commercial and residential buildings with more than 140,000m2 of commercial office space, around 1,500 apartments and 40 retail shops.  More than fifty per cent ...

Tasmania’s leading construction industry redundancy fund, Incolink, will today launch a new program called Bluehats to tackle the high rate of suicide among Tasmanian construction workers. Tasmania’s suicide rate exceeded the national average and ran second only to the Northern Territory this year with ABS figures showing 15.6 suicides per 100,000 people. This compares with ...

In 1988 Incolink was created to protect the benefits of workers in the building and construction industry. In 1989 we celebrated the establishment of the offices and hiredthe first staff. As a joint enterprise of employer associations and unions the board reflects these two distinct groups. Together, the members of the board have worked to meet the needs of the industry and in ...

It is with great pleasure the Incolink Board announces the appointment of Erik Locke as the new CEO of Incolink. Erik has been in leadership positions in the private sector, unions and politics for more than twenty years.  Prior to joining Incolink, he worked as a Chief of Staff in three jurisdictions, held senior management positions in public relations and in the union movem ...

On the 29 August 2019, Incolink prepared a submission to the Senate Education and Employment Legislation Committee regarding our role in the construction industry as it pertains to the Inquiry into the Fair Work Laws Amendment (Proper Use of Worker Benefits) Bill 2019. The following excerpt outlines some of the key points from our submission.  The construction industry present ...