There are 664 Victorian jobs in stationary end-of-life care with company agreements, which means an endless round of negotiations in this sector. Each company agreement requires employment and member meetings in order to develop the minutes of claims and discuss negotiations. A claims log is a list of improvements – for example, increasing salaries, improving professional development leave, or improving the workforce that members want to achieve in their next agreement. ANMF industry leaders, organizers, elected officials and sometimes job-reps will negotiate new agreements with employers. Here is a snapshot (not all) of the number and types of company agreements that the ANMF negotiates. The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (Vic Branch) negotiates company agreements for nearly 1900 jobs in Victoria. These agreements describe the salaries and conditions of tens of thousands of nurses, midwives and nurses, as well as non-members. Each company agreement has an expiry date of up to four years from the approval of the Fair Work Commission. In 2018, company agreements were renegotiated for 359 jobs and another 187 are expected to be renegotiated in 2019. . .