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

Register below.

 

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 “e-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

 

Register today! Registrations close 5PM FRIDAY 2 OCTOBER 2020

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12 hours ago

ASUVicTas

Libby Jamieson is a Crisis Champion. She's a long term member of the ASU who has campaigned for workers rights and vulnerable community members most of her working life.

Libby heads-up a counselling team at Switchboard who have been working extra hard to support members of the LGBTIQ+ community through the pandemic.

Well respected across the SACS industry, Libby was voted onto the ASU Branch Executive in 2018. Libby represents the SACS industry and works tirelessly to support and grow this crucial part of the ASU.

Big thanks to Libby for all the work she does for working people, the LGBTIQ+ community, and for our union.
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Libby Jamieson is a Crisis Champion. Shes a long term member of the ASU who has campaigned for workers rights and vulnerable community members most of her working life.
Libby heads-up a counselling team at Switchboard who have been working extra hard to support members of the  LGBTIQ+ community through the pandemic.
Well respected across the SACS industry, Libby was voted onto the ASU Branch Executive in 2018. Libby represents the SACS industry and works tirelessly to support and grow this crucial part of the ASU.
Big thanks to Libby for all the work she does for working people, the LGBTIQ+ community, and for our union.

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Yay Libby! Thanks for all the work you do for the members... 🙏

Love your work, Libby! ❤️❤️❤️

Go Libby!

Angela Jamieson

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1 day ago

ASUVicTas

There’s never any excuse for wage theft.The ASU, together with the TWU and FAAA took Qantas to court as they are incorrectly applying JobKeeper and delaying the payment of shift penalties and overtime.

That didn’t fly with us or our members. The Federal Court has just handed down their decision and we won! We are now calling for Qantas to accept the court’s decision and back-pay all underpaid employees. There is never any excuse for wage theft.
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There’s never any excuse for wage theft.

2 days ago

ASUVicTas

The need to repair and maintain vital infrastructure never stops, and neither do members of the ASU.

Like members of our union right across Victoria and Tasmania, Ben and Jake at Ballarat City Council have been out doing vital repairs while keeping safe.

Ben works on keeping footpaths and drains up to scratch and Jake, who usually works in road maintenance, was giving him a hand.

Thank you them and to everyone else who is out keeping our footpaths, roads and drains safe and operational.
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The need to repair and maintain vital infrastructure never stops, and neither do members of the ASU. 
Like members of our union right across Victoria and Tasmania, Ben and Jake at Ballarat City Council have been out doing vital repairs while keeping safe. 
Ben works on keeping footpaths and drains up to scratch and Jake, who usually works in road maintenance, was giving him a hand. 
Thank you them and to everyone else who is out keeping our footpaths, roads and drains safe and operational.

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Thanks for your work Ben and Jake!

Well done ASU members at Ballarat! 👏👏👏