Working from home arrangements in eHealth

Posted on March 25, 2020

Over the past weeks there have been a number of enquiries from members about working from home. Specifically, members are very concerned that working from home initiatives were not being implemented in their workplace. To rectify the issue, your union has asked that Damian Green DDG Chief Health Information Office and eHealth send out a correspondence to all staff to give clear instructions on working from home. Your union also understands that Damian Green has given clear instruction to the leadership team to ensure that working from home is implemented wherever possible. 

The communication can be read here.

Working from home will not be possible for everyone in eHealth, however, if you or others in your workplace are having issues with being able to work from home please contact me at

As the outbreak of COVID-19 continues to spread, it is important you are updated on what is happening and how management are dealing with the pandemic. You can visit the Together Queensland COVID-19 page for more information.

Encourage your colleagues to join your union so they can receive support during this time.

Remember, your health and well-being is the most important thing. Please contact your union (email or call 1800 177 244) with any issues or questions that you have. Your union is here to support you during this global pandemic.

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