On Thursday 24th June East Gippsland Shire Council responded to ASU bargaining representatives, in relation to claims put forward on your behalf. Whilst EGSC has moved on some claims this is not the case for all of them.

After the last round of membership meetings, members agreed that despite the wages offer being low, we could agree on the offer on the provision that they agreed to the following:

  1. keep in the agreement the EGSC claim of 12 month salary maintenance following redeployment
  2. take the parental leave requalification period claim off the table.
  3. Include a commitment statement to developing a mental health plan
  4. Include in the dispute resolution clause the ability to dispute matters regarding flexible work requests and extensions of parental leave.

Given EGSC has not agreed to all the above, your representatives need your input on whether to provide in principle agreement or reject the offer outright and consider a vote no campaign.

Online meetings will be held:

Tuesday 29 June

10:30am  Click here to join the meeting

12:30pm  Click here to join the meeting

4:30pm  Click here to join the meeting

It is vital you attend one of these meetings, so you are up to date, informed and have a say in what the next steps are.

The ASU is the only union that truly represents all members, who has majority membership, and is prepared to fight for your wages and conditions.

Pass this notice on to a potential member and ask them to stand with you and join your Union to ensure your Union remains strong.

ASU membership is tax-deductible. It pays to belong. Join the ASU online today.

For further information please contact:
ASU Organiser Colin Houghton| 0475 553 996 | choughton@asuvictas.com.au

We’re stronger when we stand together.

Join the ASU today.

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