CHANGE THE RULES

 

Australian Unions are campaigning to change the rules so that working people have more secure jobs and better pay.

Right now, big business has too much power.  A third of them aren’t paying any tax.

Too many big businesses are in a race to the bottom on wages and job security.

As a result, 40% of Australians are in insecure work and wages have flat-lined.

We need a wage rise and secure work. We need to change the rules to give all working people the basic rights they need to improve their living standards.

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1 week ago

ASUVicTas

The ASUVicTas Branch congratulates Lloyd Williams on becoming HSU national secretary. Lloyd served as the fearless state secretary of Health and Community Services Union (HACSU) for many years and served his members for over 30 years in the state branch.

We would also like to congratulate Paul Healey on becoming state secretary and Kate Marshall for becoming assistant state secretary. The ASU looks forward to continuing to work with you and your team to further the cause of workers across Victoria.

Photo: Lloyd Williams receives the red flag that hung over Victorian Trades Hall as a gift upon stepping down as HACSU state secretary and becoming HSU national secretary from VTHC secretary Luke Hilikari.
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The ASUVicTas Branch congratulates Lloyd Williams on becoming HSU national secretary.  Lloyd served as the fearless state secretary of Health and Community Services Union (HACSU) for many years and served his members for over 30 years in the state branch. 
We would also like to congratulate Paul Healey on becoming state secretary and Kate Marshall for becoming assistant state secretary.  The ASU looks forward to continuing to work with you and your team to further the cause of workers across Victoria.
Photo:  Lloyd Williams receives the red flag that hung over Victorian Trades Hall as a gift upon stepping down as HACSU state secretary and becoming HSU national secretary from VTHC secretary Luke Hilikari.