The ASU, with assistance from HACSU, has continued to bargain for a new enterprise agreement for Trainers to replace their recently expired agreement with St John Ambulance Tasmania. A number of key claims remain unresolved but good progress is being made with many of...
ASU Organiser Matt Price will be on site next Thursday to talk to members. With your EA8 set to expire later this year, we are keen to hear from members about what you want in the next agreement. We will also provide an update about the transition of non R&L staff...
Good news! Your next EBA pay increase of 3% is due to commence on the first full pay period after 1 July 2019. This will be the last scheduled pay increase for the current EBA. It is important that all employees join the union prior to negotiations for the next EBA....
Consultation continues between the ASU, VicRoads, and DoT around the impending transition of non-R&L staff to the Department. The ASU has held a number of meetings with management, and received a large amount of feedback from members. Annual Leave Loading We have...
As part of the ASU’s commitment to protecting, promoting and improving the working conditions and entitlements of members we are having regular Delegates Network Meetings. The meetings bring together members from different industries to talk about issues affecting...
The ASU has members in diverse industries, united for a stronger voice for workers. One of the ASU’s largest areas of membership in Tasmania is the Qantas Contact Centre in Goodwood. These members have recently been required to make decisions about their future with...
Here’s something we need a lot more of - insourcing. It’s good for workers, good for communities and good for Council bottom lines. Everyone is a winner.
A recent report on insourcing in the UK found ‘78% of local authorities believe insourcing gives them more flexibility, two-thirds say it also saves money, and more than half say it has improved the quality of the service while simplifying how it is managed.’
But here’s the important bit. At one council, workers and management report improved terms and conditions for workers, improved productivity, service quality and a stimulated the local economy. And according to the union, relationships with management have improved. Everyone is a winner.
Thank you for putting this out. I feel so much better knowing that my union has spoken out so strongly 💗
This is why I'm #ASUProud
Thanks for your leadership ASU.
Luba Grigorovitch and RTBU Victoria?
It’s time to step up!
This goes beyond power and friendship this goes to what is RIGHT!
Speak up for your female members!
Setka is a LIABILITY!
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Can you please post the text on this post?
I literally cannot load the site and I’m on NBN.
Why can't I open this statement on my phone?
Get OUT SETKA!
“No reasons” to go eh Setka?
‘Among the vile texts were: “Your dad would be so proud of you, you turned into a drunken moron … you weak f----n piece of s — t” and “You’re a c — t just like the rest of your family”.
The police witness statement also reveals how the terrified woman put a device under her door to prevent someone being able to enter, even if they had a key, but Mr Setka broke the door down.
Allegations made to police also included Mr Setka throwing an iPad at the woman’s face and pushing her down the stairs.’