Employee Benefits

Hepburn Health Service use an external Salary Packaging company – eziway.  HHS offer Salary Packaging to employees on ongoing and fixed term agreements.

Salary Packaging is an ATO approved and legal method of restructuring your gross salary in order to pay less tax.  The ATO gives Hepburn Health Service generous tax concessions, which we elect to pass onto our employees.

Benefits available to our employees include:

  • Entertainment Benefits
  • Living expenses
  • Novated Lease vehicles

The ATO limits the amount that employees can salary package each Fringe Benefit Tax year.  The FBT year starts 1 April and ends 31 March.

FREE car parking is located at all our sites.  Car parking is only a short walk to each of our campuses. 

Hepburn Health Service employees offers employees a Corporate Massage Service which comes onto site.  Massages are offered to staff during business hours at a discounted rate to employees.

Staff are able to receive their yearly flu vaccinations free of charge.

Hepburn Health Service promotes a professional image of pride to clients, patients, residents and visitors.  Uniforms are provided to all staff who are entitled to a Uniform Allowance in their EBA.  Hepburn Health Service provide your onboarding uniform and then you are supplied bi-yearly a new allocation.  Uniforms come in a range of styles to meet individual needs.

Hepburn Health Service are required under regulatory requirements to minimise the risk of infection from a range of vaccine preventable diseases to yourself, colleagues, patients and visitors.  New employees to Hepburn Health Service are required to provide evidence of immunity.

Staff are able to receive their yearly flu vaccinations free of charge. 

The Employee Assistance Program is available to all staff who work at Hepburn Health Service.  This service provides free, confidential counselling and assistance to staff for personal and work-related issues.  The service is independent and can be accessed by staff without a referral from management.

At Hepburn Health Service we provide new staff an organisation induction.  Our program has been designed to ensure new employees feel comfortable and informed about our service, culture, policies and procedures.

The Victorian Public Sector Commission has issued guidelines for Victorian public sector employees on giving and receiving gifts, benefits and hospitality.

The policy framework includes, in particular, minimum accountabilities for the management of gifts, benefits and hospitality. These minimum accountabilities are binding under Instruction 3.4.11 of the Instructions supporting the Standing Directions of the Minister for Finance 2016.

Gifts Benefits and Hospitality Policy for Hepburn Health  is available for public viewing. This policy is intended to support individuals and HH to avoid conflicts of interest and maintain high levels of integrity and public trust.

Hepburn Health has issued this policy to support behaviour consistent with the Code of conduct for Victorian Public Sector Employees (the Code). All employees are required under clause 1.2 of the Code to comply with this policy

Hepburn Health  maintains a register of gifts received each financial year.