A meeting has been called by ASU members at Community Legal Centres to discuss the Draft Log of Claims. ASU Assistant Branch Secretary Leon Wiegard is inviting you to a Zoom meeting. Topic: Community Legal Centre’s Meeting Time: 5:00pm – 6:30pm Date: Monday,...
ASU CHC delegates have already attended their first negotiation as bargaining representatives for ASU members. We are finalising the log of claims shortly which we will be sent to members soon. The ASU CHC Claims survey closes today – please take the time now to...
As part of the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System, our current Mental Health Act is being replaced with a new Mental Health and Wellbeing Act. Consultation is happening now on how this Act will be developed, and the ASU as...
You’re invited to attend the Australian Council of Trade Union’s Congress for 2021. This year’s virtual Congress will be held on Tuesday 27th and Wednesday 28th July 2021, via online platform Hopin. The ACTU Congress is held every three years and is the largest and...
The ASU has written to LCHS advising them of the impact these changes within the Behavioural Health Program (BHP) would have on staff and raised concerns that members have shared, our principal concern is that staff may have difficulty in accessing future increments....
Launch Housing has advised the ASU that they are proposing a restructure for Elizabeth Street Common Ground. The changes include roster changes, changes in roles, creation of a new role, the elimination of 1 role, shift changes and role title changes. ASU members have...
After taking industrial action (hampered by members of a non-union association), ASU members at Moorabool Shire Council got a better deal for workers in the next enterprise agreement.
They saw off an attack on their workplace conditions and even made some real improvements to workers rights at Moorabool. On top of that, a pay rise that will make the biggest difference to the lowest-paid workers at council.
Congratulations to ASU members who took action and attended meetings that set the direction of our bargaining.
And a huge thank you to each of our delegates at Moorabool – they are the best of our union. ... See MoreSee Less
Well done to our ASU members and shame on the members of the non union association for hampering our members' outstanding efforts
#solidarity we all stand on your shoulders now as we stand up for a better life in every city & shire 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
Hardly a good outcome when many at Council would be taking a pay cut each year when you take into account inflation. Too many are left behind, certainly has not benefited the entire membership.
Fantastic work, well done to the members of the ASU in Moorabool! 👏 👊
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Great outcome. Congratulations to the workers in Moorabool
Absolutely fantastic, dare to struggle, dare to win
Congratulations to everyone involved and a massive congratulations to ASU members and delegates
How great to hear!! Amazing job!
Congratulations, Comrades. This shows why unions are essential!
We’ll done guys!! Councils will take advantage if they can…
Congrats comrades 😊
You mean the other association that is a union who also supported the your members?
Not very professional of ASU to bad mouth other unions just because ex members went to them when you weren't supporting them.
Woo hoo! Well done ASUVicTas members. ✊
Love my union!!
Great outcome, sends a warning shot to other Councils that they can't offer below 2% ✊
Amazing work! Great to show those scabs what workers can achieve when they're not licking boots