After increasing frustrations with enterprise bargaining, ASU members at Launch have instructed your Union they want to take industrial action to get a better deal, on consultation and correct classifications.
The ASU has applied to the Fair Work Commission for a protected action ballot. This will allow ASU members to vote to undertake protected industrial action for a better agreement.
It is important that all ASU members exercise their right to vote!
What happens next?
The AEC relies on the addresses provided by the ASU and Launch, so if you have moved and not updated your details, please do so immediately by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
If your address details are not up to date you may not get to vote!
Bans that the majority of members vote to support, will become protected actions in support of your enterprise agreement claims.
ASU members will decide which bans they put on, and when. This will take place at ASU member meetings, so make sure you attend!
Protected industrial action means it is safe to undertake.
ASU members cannot be discriminated against or targeted for undertaking protected action.
Launch may attempt to discourage you from voting yes to take industrial action. If this is happening, ensure that your local ASU Delegate knows.
Can staff who are not ASU members vote or take protected industrial action?
No, only ASU members can vote, and only ASU members will be protected implementing work bans.
If you know someone who wants to be involved who is not an ASU member, now is the time to ask them to join via https://www.asu.asn.au/asujoin
For more information or to find out how you can get active contact:
ASU Organiser Kristy Lee Tyrrell | 0419 506 310 | email@example.com or
ASU Organiser Tim Sullivan | 0475 888 168 | firstname.lastname@example.org