The ASU has compiled the draft log of claims and the team met with council management yesterday.

Please read and circulate this important e-mail.

ASU members want

Their conditions at work protected;
Job security, fair pay and conditions;
Genuine consultation on changes;
Support in the workplace with access to learning and development and opportunities for promotion;
Access to flexibility, improved leave conditions and better superannuation; and
Safe workplaces.

You can view the full log of claims here.

Forgot to put forward a claim?  Contact your local Delegate or Bargaining Representative or e-mail:

Protected Action Ballot

ASU members will soon receive a ballot from the Australian Electoral Commission to reserve their right to take industrial action if required as a last resort.  By voting “yes” in a Protected Action Ballot, you are not committing to taking industrial action. Rather, you are agreeing that employees should have the right to do so.

You can access the ASU How to Vote Card here.

An information sheet from the AEC with the list of protected actions can be downloaded here.

Not a member?  The voter’s roll to vote in the Protected Action Ballot has closed.  However, if the ballot is successful, you can still reserve the right to take protected industrial action if it is directed by your union.  All you need to do is become a member of the ASU.

Local Government union members all around the country advocate for, win and protect conditions like this every day.  But they can’t do it alone.  JOIN:

What is Industrial Action? For more information, click here.

For more information, please contact:
ASU Organiser Samantha Batchelor | 0459 228 612 |

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