The fees also include minimum occupations for each service or unit included in the agreement, not a patient charge for the midwife in all departments and time coordinators. HealtheCare Job Representatives approved the ANMF (Vic Branch) application protocol at the end of September and the damages report was served on October 13, requesting that negotiations begin. HealtheCare responded that it was considering the timing of negotiations. The extension of the scope of the 2020/24 agreement to Hobson health facilities is one of the requirements. The only way to get Community employers in the health sector to negotiate individual agreements is to ask the Fair Labour Commission for a decision called majority support. This requires the majority of affected employees to sign a workplace petition stating that they want to negotiate for a single operating contract. The members of St. Vincent and Private have been granted a new agreement that provides for salary increases of 3% per year on a four-year, loss-free contract under current conditions. The members of the Scope showed great solidarity throughout the negotiation process, conducting unified collective actions and not wanting to settle for something that would leave them behind the rest of the sector. Scope members can now enjoy the benefits of their new agreement, including an increase in paid parental leave, further increases in classification structures and an annual wage increase of 2.5% per year, up to a 1.25% increase on July 1, 2018 to reach the final six months of the agreement. With the expiration, in nominal terms, of the agreement on the Community health sector more than a year ago, on 30 June 2016, measures to improve the salaries and conditions of allied health professionals in the community health sector and the well-being of the sector as a whole are beginning to begin. The “Community Health Advocacy” campaign is being introduced in all self-governing community health centres, which raise not only the issue of the wages and conditions of allied health professions, but also the survival of community health as a vital sector of health in Victoria, according to egalitarian principles.