The ASU is committed to protecting, promoting and improving the working conditions and entitlements of members.
And to best achieve this, we need to Change the Rules.
Thirty years of experimenting with trickle-down economics has failed to provide secure jobs or fair pay rises. CEO and executive pay rates are at an all-time high – yet pay increases for workers are at an all-time low. Ever increasing restrictions on how unions operate are making it harder to bargain for fair pay and conditions – or even retain current conditions.
The rules do not support working people, the rules are broken: it’s time to Change the Rules!
The meeting will be held at: Launch Housing Northcote
DATE: Thursday 21 March
TIME: 9.30am – 10.00am
VENUE: Downstairs Meeting Room
All of the conditions that you and your co-workers have were fought for and won by union members such as you. We know from ASU wins like the Equal Pay Campaign and community sector Portable Long Service Leave, that when we stick together we win. United we stand, divided we fall!
In 2018 we reviewed the ASU’s vision and structure to deliver the best outcomes for members. Please come along to tell us what you think to help set the agenda, to Change the Rules and to hear about:
- ASU member networks (such as community mental health, Family Violence) and how you can get involved
- Current campaigns
- Opportunities with a re-elected state government
- Opportunities with a new federal government
What else can you do?
- Encourage other members to come to the meeting with you
- Pass this on to a non-member and ask them to join the ASU
If you are not a member you can join at https://www.asu.asn.au/asujoin
Your work is the foundation of your life: doesn’t it make sense to protect it? The ASU protects your rights at work, provides expert advice and support and delivers members only savings and discounts. We are not-for-profit, member-owned and run. We exist only for the benefit of our members.
For further information please contact one of your local ASU Delegates or
ASU Organiser Kristy Lee Tyrrell | 0419 506 310 | firstname.lastname@example.org