After a two year consultation period a draft of the new Local Government Act is finally available for public consultation. While there are ...
The ACTU has launched an online tool for victims of criminal and unethical activities by the big banks to submit their stories, which will then be...
ASU Women are invited to come together to work with women from the AMWU on two important objectives for women:• Ending gender violence at work; and•...
An article in The Senior has highlighted a home care system in crisis as package queue blows out. Giving credence to our argument that without local...
During the last week of #16DaysOfActivism we feature videos of ASU members sharing their views about why WE WON'T WAIT for the critical assi...
The Fair Work Commission heard the ASU’s application for Bargaining Orders filed against Break O Day Council in October. Deputy President Barclay f...
Southern Midlands Council last month terminated the employment of eight employees at Callington Mill in Oatlands after the Aldermen made a d...
It’s that time of year again where many enterprise agreement negotiations have been completed for the year and we find a large number of ASU...
There has been plenty afoot in the Water and Energy sectors in Tasmania recently. Along with ongoing EBA negotiations at Hydro and TasWater (S...
It’s not a new concept. Influence and power, particularly when it comes to investment, has been shifting away from governments for a while now...
Local Government Act ReviewMonday, 22 January 2018
Ripped off by a bank? Have your voice heardTuesday, 16 January 2018
ASU Women's Day at WRAWWednesday, 10 January 2018
More than 100,000 wait for home careThursday, 04 January 2018
FDV leave: ASU members have their sayWednesday, 06 December 2017
FWC directs Break O Day to respond to ASUFriday, 01 December 2017
Redundancies at Southern Midlands CouncilFriday, 01 December 2017
Waiting on an Agreement approval?Friday, 01 December 2017
TAS Energy & Water UpdateFriday, 01 December 2017
Time for a super investment in housingFriday, 01 December 2017
Strength in Unity
The Australian Services Union Authorities & Services Branch covers Victoria and Tasmania. Our members hail from diverse industries including local government, social and community services, water, energy, transport, shipping, travel, info tech and - exclusive to Tasmania – airlines and clerical/administration. We encourage existing and new members to become involved in their union to help build a stronger voice in the workplace. ASU membership is tax deductible, so for job security it pays to belong.
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Our Solidarity Statement
We are union.
We stand united as part of a great movement of workers.
Our diversity is our strength.
Our solidarity is our power.
We rise together.
Prejudice and discrimination - including misogyny, racism, homophobia and all other hatreds - have no place in our movement.
Today and every day we commit ourselves to achieving justice for all workers.