September 2021

Ahpra Enterprise Agreement 2019

AHPRA is expected to continue to be solvent throughout 2019/20, including the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practice Board of Australia (ATSIHPBA). As of the 2017/2018 financial year, AHPRA will no longer benefit from State aid to ATSIHPBA. Due to the small number of registrants and in line with the previous year, the continued use of interest was authorized to ensure the financial viability of ATSIHPBA. Company agreements are collective agreements concluded at company level between employers and employees on working and employment conditions. The Fair Work Commission can provide information on the process of establishing company agreements and evaluate and approve agreements. We can also look at disputes that arise over the terms of the agreements. Information and instruments are available on the Commission`s website to support the conclusion of an agreement. Visit an agreement for more details. The balance sheet remained healthy at 30 June 2019, with the largest contribution being both means of payment and cash equivalents, as well as investments held by AHPRA, which essentially recognise registration fees paid in advance by registrants and accumulated capital carry-forwards.

Total net assets fell by $6.131 million in 2018/2019. The Fair Work Commission can also help employers and workers negotiate with their New Approaches programme. Read more about The New Approaches on the Fair Work Commission website. If you have searched and fail to reach an agreement, we expect the overall financial performance in 2019/20 to be similar to that of 2018/2019, with capital reductions expected in 2019/20, before equity stabilises in the coming years, in line with our five-year financial plan.

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