INDUSTRIES

Local Authorities
The Local Authorities Sector of the Union represents Local Government workers in Victoria and Tasmania.  We are active in local government across both states, helping the people who provide services which the community relies on every day.

We work at a local level to improve your voice in the workplace and improve your pay, conditions and entitlements.  Strong local voices in the workplace helps us deliver better results locally.

Our growing and diverse membership helps us be stronger advocates for local government as a whole, arguing for investment, support and recognition of the tier of government which impacts the lives of our community in meaningful, practical ways.

Contact us now to join or get in touch with members near you.

 

Local Authority News

SACS
The ASU represents workers in the ‘not for profit’ community sector.

Our members are united in their commitment to provide services that address disadvantage in our community.

We work across housing and tenancy, youth, child and family services, community and mental health, advocacy, community legal centres, neighbourhood houses and community centres, ethnic communities, crisis support, women’s specific services, indigenous services, job networks, home and community care, working for many different agencies in many different programs, with many different job titles.

There are around 4,000 community service businesses registered, and a significant number of these employ less than five people. Our members have proven that by uniting, we can achieve the best pay and conditions possible, including the land mark equal pay case which is currently being implemented and saw pay rises of 23-47% over eight years (2012-2020) for community services workers.

Contact us now to join or get in touch with members near you.

 

SACS News

Energy
The Australian Services Union is Australia’s largest Union in the energy/electricity industry.

ASU members are generally the non-trade qualified workers in the energy industry.  We work in thermal power stations, isolated hydro stations, next generation facilities, electricity transmission systems and the distribution/retail industry.

This has allowed us to represent members and gain significant benefits. Today across Tasmania and Victoria there are over 40 major employers in the industry. ASU members work with every employer and we have negotiated enterprise agreements with each of them.

Contact us now to get in touch with members on the ground or to join.

 

Energy News

Infrastructure
Infrastructure is the ASU division which covers workers providing services in the following industries:

  • Information Techhnology
  • Transport
  • Shipping & Travel
  • Airlines (Tas only)
  • Clerical & Administration (Tas only)

Contact us now to get in touch with members on the ground or to join.

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

The ASU covers a range of workers employed in IT. From IT professionals to system analysts and digitised equipment maintenance workers chances are that they are eligible for membership of the ASU. Typically the ASU’s IT members are found in employers such as Fuji and Xerox, Canon and IBM through to employees in small two-person operations.

 

TRANSPORT

Workers eligible to join the ASU in the transport industry include employees working in administration, professional, managerial, operational or supervisory functions and those who provide technical advice or work in customer relations.

 

SHIPPING AND TRAVEL

The majority of employees working in the travel or shipping industries in clerical, administrative, marketing, sales or management roles are eligible to join the ASU. Chances are if someone is working in the travel or shipping industries in a clerical, administrative, marketing, sales or management role they’re eligible to join the ASU.

 

AIRLINES

The ASU is the biggest Australian union covering airline industry workers. Our Branch of the ASU covers Tasmanian members who work for Qantas, Jetstar, Virgin Blue, Regional Express, Eastern Australia Airlines, Sunstate Airlines, Singapore Airlines, United Airlines, Malaysia Airlines and other overseas airlines, as well as contractors in the industry like Menzies Aviation Services or airfreight companies like Australian Air Express.

 

Infrastructure News

Clerical and Administration
Employees engaged in white-collar office and customer service worker in private industry are eligible to join the ASU. Just about anyone doing “office work” in the private sector is eligible to join. Our members are call-centre agents, customer service reps, administrators, clerks, social workers among other roles and responsibilities. Please note that only Tasmanian based private sector workers are eligible to join the ASU Victorian and Tasmanian Authorities and Services branch.

 

Clerical and Administration News

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7 hours ago

ASUVicTas

Awesome to see ASUVicTas members talking to voters about why we need to #ChangTheRules.
It's so easy to get involved. Click on this link and you're half way to being out making a difference in your community www.asuvictas.com.au/campaigns/change-the-rules-2/Who are you gonna call when you got some broken rules to change? These legends!

In the last 12 hours activists have:

- talked to voters in Heathmont, Mitcham, Box Hill, Rosebud, Geelong and Belgrave;
- called undecided voters at one of Trades Hall's famous phonebanks AND;
- turned out to an activist meeting to plan EVEN MORE events.

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Awesome to see ASUVicTas members talking to voters about why we need to #ChangTheRules. 
Its so easy to get involved. Click on this link and youre half way to being out making a difference in your community https://www.asuvictas.com.au/campaigns/change-the-rules-2/

3 days ago

ASUVicTas

Standing room only tonight as mighty ASU Tas members join with their comrades from across the northern Tas at the Launceston Change the Rules election launch. Special shout out the George Town Council Delegate Andrew Bayes up the front, geeing up the crowd. Together we will #ChangetheRules ... See MoreSee Less

Standing room only tonight as mighty ASU Tas members join with their comrades from across the northern Tas at the Launceston Change the Rules election launch. Special shout out the George Town Council Delegate Andrew Bayes up the front, geeing up the crowd. Together we will #ChangetheRules

7 days ago

ASUVicTas

Rate capping makes it hard for local government workers to get fair pay increases and threatens the services Victorians rely on every day. ASU members at Darebin City Council and Gannawarra Shire are just some of the local government workers calling on the Victorian Government to change the rules on rate capping. You can sign up to our campaign to change the rules on rate capping here: tinyurl.com/y37rorbe ... See MoreSee Less

Rate capping makes it hard for local government workers to get fair pay increases and threatens the services Victorians rely on every day. ASU members at Darebin City Council and Gannawarra Shire are just some of the local government workers calling on the Victorian Government to change the rules on rate capping. You can sign up to our campaign to change the rules on rate capping here: https://tinyurl.com/y37rorbe

 

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