The current EBA offer from management is out for vote, and we think you should Vote NO for what is a very low offer that also seeks unnecessarily to remove your entitlements.

Despite cost-of-living pressures rising sharply in the last month, this offer from Brimbank is still well below what other Council EBA negotiations have achieved earlier this year, and the pay increases on offer to you are well below what Moreland Council have offered their staff.

This is how your employer thanks you for carrying them on your backs through the pandemic, and for being the ones that provided critical council services throughout the lockdowns.

If you would like to know more about why the ASU thinks everyone at Brimbank Council should Vote NO and hear about what has been achieved in your neighbouring councils when workers have stood and fought together, come to one of the following meetings and share your views of the current offer.

DATE: Thursday 19 May
TIME: 12.30pm – 1.30pm
MEETING LINK: Click here to join the meeting

DATE: Thursday 19 May
TIME: 6.30pm – 7.30pm
MEETING LINK: Click here to join the meeting

We can achieve great things by sticking together. If you want to improve the pay and conditions at Brimbank Vote NO to this offer, then encourage your workmates to join the ASU at

Together we can force management back to the bargaining table with a mandate to do better.

For further information please contact:
ASU Lead Organiser Luke Cherry |

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