Member Discounts

To help members stretch their pay packets further the ASU has partnered with selected providers giving members access to exclusive benefits:

Just as Unions work to protect your workplace rights, Union Shopper works to protect your wallet by maximising the savings you make on a range of lifestyle benefits. The service is FREE, and you can potentially save thousands of dollars on your everyday purchases each year. In fact, the savings many members make each year can easily offset their union membership fees.

ME is a different kind of bank.  It’s completely owned by industry super funds, and just like those funds, they have special offers for union members to help you get ahead, and make the most of your pay packet.

Australian Unions Member Benefits are provided to every union member through the ACTU in partnership with your union.  As a union member, you can take advantage of the collective buying power of more than 1.8 million members to get big discounts from a great range of companies.

Australia’s Number 1 law firm offers exclusive benefits for ASU members when they’re most in need, including often on a no win, no fee basis.

Vision Super is our super partner. They are a top-performing industry super fund, run only to benefit members, not to make a profit for shareholders. The Fund’s Balanced Growth (MySuper) and Pension option continues to deliver strong returns, achieving top quartile performance over the last 1, 3, 5, 7 and 10 years

Cooperative Power is our electricity partner. ASU members can access an exclusive electricity offer to power their homes. Cooperative Power is done with the traditional energy model. They’re non-profit. They believe in the science of climate change. CoPower is a new way for people to buy clean, sustainable & affordable energy – and build a better future for us all.

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5 days ago
ASUVicTas

Last Thursday the new federal government announced a delay to the introduction of the Support at Home program until July 2024 whilst they consult with stakeholders and consider the implications.

This is a direct result of the lobbying by aged care union members. The Aged care Ministers heard loud and clear that the introduction of these changes was premature and would likely lead to poor outcomes for the elderly. Our campaign has run for over 2 years and we are relieved that we finally have a government that is prepared to listen.

This is a win for all ASU members, and we know many of you have family and loved ones who have benefited from the care of council in-home aged care workers. This win shows the importance of being a union member!

Full article - www.asuvictas.com.au/win-for-aged-care/
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Last Thursday the new federal government announced a delay to the introduction of the Support at Home program until July 2024 whilst they consult with stakeholders and consider the implications.
This is a direct result of the lobbying by aged care union members. The Aged care Ministers heard loud and clear that the introduction of these changes was premature and would likely lead to poor outcomes for the elderly. Our campaign has run for over 2 years and we are relieved that we finally have a government that is prepared to listen.
This is a win for all ASU members, and we know many of you have family and loved ones who have benefited from the care of council in-home aged care workers. This win shows the importance of being a union member! 
Full article - https://www.asuvictas.com.au/win-for-aged-care/
6 days ago
ASUVicTas

Last week ASU members Adele, Angela along with ASU Deputy Secretary Tash Wark and Assistant Secretary Leon Wiegard went to Canberra to discuss issues impacting ASU members in local government and community services with the new federal government.

Whether it be in your workplace, or to the local, state or federal governmnets the ASU are always by your side representing the interest of members!

Libby Coker MP Lisa Chesters MP Brendan O'Connor MP Senator Jess Walsh Ged Kearney Sam Rae Senator Linda White
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Last week ASU members Adele, Angela along with ASU Deputy Secretary Tash Wark and Assistant Secretary Leon Wiegard went to Canberra to discuss issues impacting ASU members in local government and community services with the new federal government.
Whether it be in your workplace, or to the local, state or federal governmnets the ASU are always by your side representing the interest of members!
Libby Coker MP Lisa Chesters MP Brendan OConnor MP Senator Jess Walsh Ged Kearney Sam Rae Senator Linda White

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Senator Linda White

lets hope the feds do not privatise like the victorians