Out of Home Care and the Victorian Reportable Conduct Scheme

  ASU organisers are often called to represent Residential Service members who are confronted with a Department of Health and Human Services (...

Practical concerns about new Local Govt Act

  Representatives from the ASU met with Local Government Victoria in late January in a round of consultation before the finalisation of the ne...

ASU HACC Campaign 2018

This year will see the Home And Community Care (HACC) campaign reach its full implementation in line with the CHSP and NDIS rollout. Planning has be...

Anniversary of ASU victory

Today, February 1 marks the six year anniversary of the day the Fair Work Commission handed down a decision to provide historic pay increases for wo...

Tas State Election Forum

Tasmanian unions believes that all workers deserve a job you can count on. A job you can count on provides workers and their families with security,...

Business Services Training Package Review

PwC’s Skills for Australia is a Skills Service Organisation (SSO) established by the Commonwealth Government to support Industry Reference Committee...

We Won't Wait Campaign wins

    ASU We Won’t Wait campaigners took action throughout the 16 days of action to eliminate Violence Against Women and made an impact. Th...

Groundhog Day at Red Cross as migrant support jobs lose funding

  Some of you will remember in late 2014 Red Cross announced that of its 800 staff working in migrant support programs around Australia, due t...

Working in the heat? We need to hear from you.

A team led by researchers at the University of Adelaide is undertaking a national Australian Research Council funded project, to better understand t...

Local Government Act Review

  After a two year consultation period a draft of the new Local Government Act is finally available for public consultation. While there are ...

  • Out of Home Care and the Victorian Reportable Conduct Scheme

    Thursday, 01 February 2018
  • Practical concerns about new Local Govt Act

    Thursday, 01 February 2018
  • ASU HACC Campaign 2018

    Thursday, 01 February 2018
  • Anniversary of ASU victory

    Thursday, 01 February 2018
  • Tas State Election Forum

    Wednesday, 31 January 2018
  • Business Services Training Package Review

    Wednesday, 31 January 2018
  • We Won't Wait Campaign wins

    Wednesday, 31 January 2018
  • Groundhog Day at Red Cross as migrant support jobs lose funding

    Tuesday, 30 January 2018
  • Working in the heat? We need to hear from you.

    Friday, 26 January 2018
  • Local Government Act Review

    Monday, 22 January 2018

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.

Solidarity Forever.

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