Outback and beyond thanks to Direct Debit: Direct Debit is the most convenient way to pay your union fees but switching to Direct Debit also won Jacqui Simpson a fabulous adventure holiday to Kakadu.
A trainee enrolled nurse at Glen Innes hospital, Jacqui said she was so surprised when she was told she had won that she simply did not believe it. She is very excited and plans to embark on her travels in April as a celebratory trip to mark the end of her course.
'Support and leave entitlements are vital in a profession such as nursing, and these were the reason I joined the union,' said Jacqui.
'When I heard about Direct Debit I signed up immediately because it was definitely the easiest option, and the holiday was a nice extra incentive!'
Direct Debit is a safe and secure means of paying your union fees, free of any third parties or hidden fees and ensures that you have union protection if changes are made to payroll deduction laws.
The forms are simple and, unlike payroll deductions, you don't have to tackle more paperwork with each new job, as deductions only concern your bank details or credit card.
Direct Debit means the NSWNA can be prepared and strong, ensuring services and support for its members.
Our next Direct Debit Draw winner could be you. Every member who signs up to pay their union fees by Direct Debit between now and 30 June automatically goes into the draw to win a fantastic 8-day trip for two to the South Island of New Zealand.
SWITCH NOW TO DIRECT DEBIT
* One easy registration means you don't have to change your details if you get a new position;
* Money is deducted directly from your bank account or credit card, making it safe from any payroll deduction changes;
* The future of NSWNA is more secure;
* The NSWNA is only authorised to deduct your monthly union fees and respects your privacy and safety.
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|Title Annotation:||BENEFITS TO MEMBERS|
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|Date:||Apr 1, 2007|
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