Bargaining for a new Enterprise Agreement (EA) has started at Council, with ASU setting the agenda.

We have started presenting some of the LAWA claims to management, we have had some responses from management which Delegates are working through, see list below.

  1. Sustainable Infrastructure and Services
  2. Libraries
  3. HACC Services
  4. Early Childcare
  5. City Laws
  6. Customer Service

ASU Delegate team have committed to negotiate the LAWAs before we start bargaining on the main body of claims. The ASU bargaining group will have regular newsletters for members to update them on the process and to have members meetings if we need further direction.

The ASU Office and ASU Delegate team want to thank all our members for all the hard work which you have done throughout 2020/2021 Pandemic.

ASU Office and Local State member Frank Maguire met last March 2020 to stop the massive standing down of members by the former CEO.

The ASU stopped this shameful act from happening. ASU delegates and officials met with Council frequently to get all members who were going to be stood down into redeployed alternative meaningful work during the lockdown periods and continue to do so. The ASU also advocated for the Working for Victoria program which gave a lot of casuals regular work during 2020-2021.

The ASU, as always, is BY YOUR SIDE.

Chat to a workmate who is not yet a member of our union about the importance of joining the ASU to getting a better deal in the enterprise agreement.

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For further information please contact:
ASU Organiser Sean McCourt | 0419 506 178 |Β

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