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Join the ASU today, to build a better life at work and a stronger country.

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Your work is the foundation of your life: doesn’t it make sense to protect it? 

Join the ASU today, to build a better life at work and a stronger country.

Membership is tax deductible, so ends up costing most members less than $10 per week (based on average weekly earnings for members, after tax return).

the top 5 reasons to join your union 

1. The ASU protects your rights at work
The ASU represents you for your pay and conditions. An ASU Organiser is your dedicated work resource to negotiate agreements, enforce conditions of employment, deal with management, provide advice to, and represent, you.
2. Our specialists have you covered
ASU members are supported by specialists including an internal legal team and dedicated OHS Officers.  We employ staff who specialise in training, research, policy, and women specific issues – at your disposal.
3. Savings, discounts and member only deals

Make the most of your pay
Our association with Vision Super, Maurice Blackburn Lawyers and ME Bank means you always have a financial mate in the industry.

Discounted shopping
We offer our members the best possible savings through collective buying power. Visit our website for member-only deals.

4. Strength in numbers
Big business has too much power and many of them are in a race to the bottom on wages and job security. Our members deserve their fair share.

There’s strength in numbers. Join now for a fairer share for working Australians.

5. ASU Member contact centre
Members have access to a personal resource for assistance. Contact our MCC via phone, email or web.

1300 855 570
info@asuvictas.com.au

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1 day ago

ASUVicTas

ASU delegates and members from Nillumbik, and ASU staff turning up at tonight’s Council Meeting to show their support for members providing Kerbside Waste Services. Standing up for keeping council jobs in house and no privatisation of waste in Nillumbik!! In the Bin!! 💪

UPDATE: after 3 hours of waiting for the waste management item to come up, and some debate on the issue, Councillors voted 5-2 to proceed with market testing. But hey, the Mayor said our members do such a great job they’ve got nothing to worry about. If only it were so simple, but the fight’s not over. Fair Work here we come. Watch this space comrades...well done to all the members who lasted the distance past 10:30, solidarity!👏👏
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ASU delegates and members from Nillumbik, and ASU staff turning up at tonight’s Council Meeting to show their support for members providing Kerbside Waste Services. Standing up for keeping council jobs in house and no privatisation of waste in Nillumbik!! In the Bin!! 💪
UPDATE: after 3 hours of waiting for the waste management item to come up, and some debate on the issue, Councillors voted 5-2 to proceed with market testing. But hey, the Mayor said our members do such a great job they’ve got nothing to worry about. If only it were so simple, but the fight’s not over. Fair Work here we come. Watch this space comrades...well done to all the members who lasted the distance past 10:30, solidarity!👏👏

 

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Solidarity from Tassie! ✊

Carl Cowie, kicking more jobs to the curb. Not on our watch! Mornington Peninsula shire were happy to see the back of him. Nillumbik ASU members will see him off here too! #kickCarltothecurb

3 days ago

ASUVicTas

ASU Aged Care campaigning continues by home carer and union delegate Wendy Phillips and Branch Secretary Lisa Darmanin successfully amending national ALP Platform with additional workforce protections, investigation into continuing local government role in Victoria, measures to address abuse of older Australians and more! ... See MoreSee Less

ASU Aged Care campaigning continues by home carer and union delegate Wendy Phillips and Branch Secretary Lisa Darmanin successfully amending national ALP Platform with additional workforce protections, investigation into continuing local government role in Victoria, measures to address abuse of older Australians and more!

 

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Great news!

fantastic wendy...

Great work Lisa Darmanin and Wendy Phillips. Keep up the pressure.

Go team!