Aged Care Efficiency Services (ACES) has been established with the support of Aged Care Association Australia (ACAA) for the specific purpose of assisting Aged Care Providers in the operation of their facilities, initially with Cost Management strategies and subsequently with Human Resource strategies designed to address the issues of employee attraction, retention and reward.

It is this latter initiative that has given rise to the Employee Benefits Program (EBP).  The intent of the EBP is to offer organisations a low cost option to reward and attract employees, which has an inherent high value to the employee.  Employees are easily able to save up to $3,500 annually by accessing discounts on everyday items, accessible at over 4,500 outlets Australia wide.  As long as the employee remains with your Organisation, they are able to access these benefits.  We believe this is a strong incentive for employees to remain in their current position, rather than being lured away by other opportunities, often outside of the Aged Care industry.

As the need for employees increases, and the cost of employee turnover escalates, the EBP offers Organisations an invaluable HR tool to assist in the establishment of a stable workforce.

To view the benefits that the EBP makes available to employees , click on the link below using the following login details:

LOGIN:              MB00010
PASSWORD:     ACAA

CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE ACES WEBSITE

For additional information, please contact:

Brad King
National Benefits Manager
M: 0413 839 839
brad.k@my-benefits.com.au

AgeWell RoadShow

AGED CARE FUNDING INSTRUMENT

ACFI INDUSTRY ADVICE
The introduction of the Aged Care Funding Instrument (ACFI) on 20th March 2008 represented one of the biggest changes in residential aged care since the passing of the Aged Care Act in 1997. Many person hours of effort from the Government and from industry representatives and stakeholders has gone into the design of ACFI and making its introduction as smooth as possible.

The information presented through the links below has been developed by ACAA and ACSA. It is intended to complement that produced by the Department of Health and Ageing and a link to their web site may also be found below. Presenting issues, questions and other material from an industry perspective will aid understanding of the ACFI and assist in collecting information to support any changes which may be required as implementation proceeds.

Feedback on this site and the information contained within it is welcome and should be directed to info@agedcareassociation.com.au or through your State Association.

Contact Us

Aged Care Association Australia (ACAA)
Level 1
32 Napier Close
Deakin ACT 2600

PO Box 335
Curtin ACT 2605

T: 02 6285 2214 or 08-9409 7098
F: 02 6281 5223
E: info@agedcareassociation.com.au