Delegates applaud CEO’s decision to continue supporting employees.
The ASU delegates committee have passed a resolution to publicly support the work of CEO Kelly Grigsby.

The resolution comes after Kelly Grigsby wrote to staff confirming employees will continue to be paid and supported during this difficult period.

ASU Delegate Rob Monohan stated, “It is great to be able to work with the CEO to continue to provide great outcomes for union members at Wyndham City Council. We take great pride in what we have achieved and continue to achieve as a delegate group. We hope to continue our unions growth to allow us to continue being a leader for workplace terms and conditions in Victoria.”

Get to know your Delegates:

Name: Rob Monohan
Position: Arboriculture
Located: Depot
Years as a member: 34
Years as a delegate: 20
Favourite ASU memory: The famous Wyndham ‘Spygate’ incident.

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Paul Buxton, Mandy Carter, Peter Eley, Maree Renden, Emilia Pavlovic, Tim Francis, Sandy Forster, Dianne Johnson, Taufiq Ahmed, Sherri Sparrow, Clare Noonan, Rachael Spearman

Now has never been a more important time to be a member of the ASU
With lockdowns moving to stage 4 in Metro Melbourne, the ASU has been leading from the front in relation to distributing the most up to date information for members across the state. We are constantly available to support members via multiple forums and have been actively campaigning across State/Local Government to ensure paid pandemic leave for our members.

With 2020 providing some of the most difficult challenges we have faced and will continue to face, employees need to ask themselves if they are not apart of the union, who will be there to support them if things get worse?

The ASU recruitment competition is underway until September, $500 is up for grabs for the member who recruits the most new people. 

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