Delegates from across the 28 Community Health Centres covered by the Multi Business Agreement have stepped up to represent their centre’s workforce throughout the process of negotiation.
These workplace leaders are holding meetings in their workplaces, have encouraged members to complete the ASU claims survey, and worked together to finalise their log of claims to be endorsed by members.
ASU workplace delegates have shown real leadership in their attention to member concerns.
Understanding that workers win when union members are engaged and active, delegates are organising in their workplaces and assisting other centers identify delegates so they too can get organised.
Working across complex programs, some of which represent challenges to worker’s rights, members have recognised the need to use bargaining to improve their conditions and maintain their rights.
These ASU members are fortunate to have such hard working and committed delegates representing the throughout the process, and with ASU members behind them they will do well.