We’re just checking in on how you’re going at work. Throughout the sector, members are lobbying their employers for ongoing work from home arrangements, better COVID safety protocols, and recognition of psychological safety as a part of OH&S requirements. If you think these might be issues at WRISC, we’d like to hear from you.

The ASU also runs regular Family Violence Network meetings, where workers across various organisations in the family violence space can talk about issues that are unique to their work. These meetings are a great opportunity to collaborate and share ideas about how to make work in the family violence sector safer and more sustainable. We hope a representative from WRISC can attend our next meeting at 12.30 on the 5 April. Register to join here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwtd-6vpzsuHNaDFjI4az7KK9VXy4Uae6mC

Finally, WRISC doesn’t currently have an ASU delegate. If you would like to support your co-workers and work to improve your workplace and industry you might want to become an ASU delegate? Delegates play a vital role in workplaces and the union movement. Consider nominating yourself, or another co-worker, to be your workplace delegate by completing the delegate nomination form here.

Want a stronger union and a better workplace? Talk to a colleague about joining the ASU today via https://www.asu.asn.au/asujoin

For more information please contact:
ASU Organiser Corina Parkwell | 0409 258 943 | cparkwell@asuvictas.com.au

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