Delivering a quality portable long service scheme to protect the benefits of those who are entitled to them.
Administering an effective Portable Long Service Scheme in the sectors we serve by prudent, sustainable investment and supporting all stakeholders, including employers or workers alike, as well as educate and enforce every stakeholder’s role and interest in the scheme.
We are approachable and provide timely, useful and accurate information.
We have unbiased and honest interactions.
We are fair and consistent in our application of the law.
We fulfil our objectives in a clear, transparent and responsible manner.
We respect our stakeholders, each other and ourselves.
We seek to have a positive influence and to empower others.
We administer the law and deliver decisions, advice and policy that respect and support everyone’s human rights.
The Authority’s primary objectives are to:
- fulfil our legislative obligations by effectively administering and supporting compliance with the and .
- implement effective responsible budget and investment strategies which grow levy funds and deliver long-term sustainability
- be clear, consistent, transparent and responsive in our stakeholder communications which encourages registration, levy payments and ensures that workers and employers are aware of their rights and obligations
- maintain a healthy and safe workplace with a culture that encourages engaged, resilient and solution-focused staff
- implement an innovative, secure, resilient and integrated information technology environment that supports effective operations now and in the future
- protect the long-term interests of the Authority through effective regulation using governance, strategic risk management and clear policies and procedures
Executive Leadership Team
Joseph Yeung, Registrar and Chief Executive Officer
Joseph is the inaugural Chief Executive Officer of the Portable Long Service Benefits Authority and is a member of the Governing Board.
He is an experienced corporate governance / corporate services professional and was Chief Financial Officer for the Department of Premier and Cabinet from 2017 to 2019.
Prior to working in Victorian Government, Joseph was an Assistant Secretary in Corporate Services Division at the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department based in Canberra.
Joseph is a Chartered Accountant, holds an MBA (Executive) and is an Australian Lawyer and Victorian Legal Practitioner.
Reviewed 13 September 2019