The Victorian Government committed to a Community Sector Fair Jobs Code in the recent state budget.
This commitment only happened because ASU members campaigned and lobbied for change.
Every conversation and workplace meeting about our Essential not Expendable campaign and every minute spent lobbying a politician has made a difference.
The work of ASU members has got us to the point of a government commitment. But we aren’t finished yet.
Fair Jobs Code for the community sector has the potential to be a game-changer for community sector workers if it promotes secure work, workplace fairness, and longer funding terms.
But more campaigning and lobbying are required to get the kind of Fair Jobs Code we need.
If you want a workplace meeting to discuss the community sector Fair Jobs Code or want to join the lobbying effort to get a code that promotes secure work, workplace fairness, and longer funding terms, let us know by emailing email@example.com