Yesterday, ASU Officials and Reps met with Council to discuss the proposed reduction in library services.

The ASU has told Council that proper consultation with the union and staff representative has not occurred.

It was agreed that the ASU reps and Officials would provide a list of meaningful work currently performed by library staff as well as an expansion of work that could be done.

This includes work undertaken at other Councils in Libraries.  Council agreed to review this information and come back to us before Monday’s ELT meeting.

Council also agreed to provide the ASU with a list of the alternative work proposed in other areas that could be skill matched to library staff.

We encourage members to share their suggestions and ideas for meaningful work to continue as well as any workplans with their managers and reps in the effort to demonstrate there is still work to do, that will serve the community.

In the meantime, please contact your ASU Library Delegates Peter Bunn, Stephanie Tighe or Rosemary Cramp for more information.

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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.

ASU Organiser Jonathan Smallbone | 0417 105 113 |
ASU Campaign Organiser Hayley Davies | 0428 161 681 |

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