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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13 hours ago

ASUVicTas

ASU members and delegates from the north west coast of Tasmania met in Burnie tonight following meetings in Hobart and Launceston earlier this week. ... See MoreSee Less

ASU members and delegates from the north west coast of Tasmania met in Burnie tonight following meetings in Hobart and Launceston earlier this week.

 

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Great to see our Tassie ASU comrades in a photo! 😊👍

See you all next year at the refresher course, happy Christmas. M

16 hours ago

ASUVicTas

Well done Banyule City Council for recognising ASU delegates Patricia Merlo and Angela Ferry with Certificates of Appreciation for their advocacy on behalf of their colleagues. And a huge thank you to Patricia and Angela for the work you do. (Patricia and Angela are pictured here with ASU organiser Will Wyatt.) ... See MoreSee Less

Well done Banyule City Council for recognising ASU delegates Patricia Merlo and Angela Ferry with Certificates of Appreciation for their advocacy on behalf of their colleagues.  And a huge thank you to Patricia and Angela for the work you do. (Patricia and Angela are pictured here with ASU organiser Will Wyatt.)

 

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Monica Lovett Bruno Merlo recognise anyone?

Charmaine Blackwell

4 days ago

ASUVicTas

ASU and AWU members at City of Hobart Council are rallying outside the Council's Town Hall before attending the Council AGM to fight for job security and a decent pay rise in their current EA negotiations. ... See MoreSee Less

ASU and AWU members at City of Hobart Council are rallying outside the Councils Town Hall before attending the Council AGM to fight for job security and a decent pay rise in their current EA negotiations.

 

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Especially enjoyed the members of the community coming out and saying well done keep fighting.

Awesome work!! ASU proud!! 💪

What a great turnout and the community support from the residents of Hobart who were at the meeting was amazing. Great questions from Karen Tantari and Kevin Midson made the general manager and Lord mayor extremely uncomfortable and the GM go very red.

Great work delegates and members.

Looking strong, best wishes comrades!

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Love this! Go ASU!

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