2020 Tasmanian Regional Delegates Conference

 

The 2020 ASU Tasmanian Regional Delegates Conference “By Your Side” will be held;

DATE: Wednesday 9 December, 2020
TIME: 8.30am – 5.00pm
VENUE: The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel, 1 Macquarie Street, Hobart

 

Conference dinner
There will be a conference dinner on Tuesday 8 December 2020, for those delegates attending Conference. More information will be provided to those delegates who express an interest in attending this event.

 

Accommodation
Our regional Tasmanian Delegates are offered accommodation to assist with attendance at the conference for the night of Tuesday 8 December. Please note that those residing in the greater Hobart region do not qualify for accommodation. Delegates who require accommodation will be contacted by an ASU staff member at a later date.

 

e-Conference kit
After you have registered please ensure that you download your β€œe-Conference Kit”
The e-Conference Kit includes:
Interim Agenda | Employer Consent Letter and Form | Venue Map & Location

 

If you require further information, please contact Conference & Events Officer, Mariana Podgorski-Guyett at conference@asuvictas.com.au

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ASUVicTas

94% of ASU members at Derwent Valley Council, in southern Tasmania, voted to endorse members taking protected industrial action in pursuit of a fair deal in EBA negotiations.

Over the last 24 hours meetings of members overwhelmingly endorsed a 4 hour stop work action for Wednesday morning next week.

Council need to improve their offer and listen to their employees. Workers bills are going up and their wages are just going backwards.

We think its about time they resoloved the long standing underpayment and contract issues for their child care Educators to ensure they are paid the legal minimum rates.

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94% of ASU members at Derwent Valley Council, in southern Tasmania, voted to endorse members taking protected industrial action in pursuit of a fair deal in EBA negotiations. 
Over the last 24 hours meetings of members overwhelmingly endorsed a 4 hour stop work action for Wednesday morning next week. 
Council need to improve their offer and listen to their employees. Workers bills are going up and their wages are just going backwards.
We think its about time they resoloved the long standing underpayment and contract issues for their child care Educators to ensure they are paid the legal minimum rates. 
Stay tuned for more!
5 days ago
ASUVicTas

Whitehorse members are ready to bargain! After a round of recent meetings their log of claims is ready to go to council.
Here's Delegate Dave in action - discussing the importance of being a paid up ASU member and actively participating in these important processes.
Join the cool kids, I mean ASU, at www.asu.asn.au/asujoin πŸ‘βœŠπŸ‘
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Whitehorse members are ready to bargain! After a round of recent meetings their log of claims is ready to go to council.
Heres Delegate Dave in action - discussing the importance of being a paid up ASU member and actively participating in these important processes. 
Join the cool kids, I mean ASU, at www.asu.asn.au/asujoin πŸ‘βœŠπŸ‘
1 week ago
ASUVicTas

Secure work = better support

Community Mental Health Practitioners like Shantell provide the kind of support that changes lives. But the rise in fixed term contracts in the community sector has meant high turnover and more insecurity for both workers and clients.

It's dumb, and it hurts everyone involved.

Sign the Essential Not Expendable petition now to back secure jobs in the community sector - www.megaphone.org.au/petitions/essential-not-expendable
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Secure work = better support
Community Mental Health Practitioners like Shantell provide the kind of support that changes lives. But the rise in fixed term contracts in the community sector has meant high turnover and more insecurity for both workers and clients.
Its dumb, and it hurts everyone involved.
Sign the Essential Not Expendable petition now to back secure jobs in the community sector - https://www.megaphone.org.au/petitions/essential-not-expendable

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Great job Shantell!

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Tom Thelonius Fiebig thanks Tom - should be fixed now

Shantell Curnow