Across the Local Government, ASU members are active and united for safer workplaces, better workplace conditions, and a bigger and stronger ASU.

Here’s a snapshot of just some of the things happening across local government

At Brimbank City Council, ASU members are considering a vote on protected industrial action

Workers at Geelong Regional Libraries are voting on a new enterprise agreement after taking industrial action, including strikes, to get better pay, conditions and increased safety at work. They proved that unity and activism get a better deal for workers.

Bargaining will start soon at councils including Wyndham City,  Indigo, Queenscliff, and South Gippsland shires.

The Hume City Council Enterprise Agreement is about to go out to a vote with the ASU members achieving a 2% pa rise for four years after threatening industrial action.

The City of Greater Geelong Enterprise Agreement was recently voted up by a majority of the City’s employees.

In December, The ASU bargaining team at Whittlesea City Council reached an in-principle agreement on rolling over the enterprise agreement for 12 months

A new enterprise agreement at Moonee Valley City Council was supported by more than 88% of employees who voted in the ballot

ASU members briefed Councillors on the importance of aged care in councils and

The ASU released a new report revealing that rate capping has slashed jobs and services in Victoria.

And that’s just a fraction of the awesome work ASU members have been doing

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