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We are one of the largest and most diverse unions in Australia with 130,000 members.

Through the Australian Services Union, workers draw on their collective strength to deliver better pay, conditions and services that help you get ahead, or manage the tough times.

Our union sets its ambitions very high, in terms of what we can achieve for our members & the wider community. We have an innovative and creative approach and we take on issues that matter to members no matter how big or small.

We make sure members have service options that recognise all members are unique. Some people want help with professional development; others value discounts on goods & services that take pressure off the budget; others join to ensure they get the best possible pay and conditions for their industry; and some people just want the assurance that if something goes wrong at work, they’ll get the advice & representation they need.

Everyone’s different but we’re here for all our members, every step of your working life.

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The Victorian Private Sector Branch of the union represents people working across a diverse range of industries and professions. We have members in:

  • Customer service
  • Administration and clerical
  • Legal sector / Law firms
  • Call Centres
  • Airline operations, customer service & ground handling services
  • Airline Maintenance, freight, cargo and logistics
  • Technical & IT
  • Airline and travel call centers
  • NGO’s
  • Community & social services
  • Transport, freight and logistics
  • Gaming & wagering
  • Many other industries

If you’re not sure if we cover you get in contact, there’s every chance we can represent you in your workplace.

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ASU Victorian Private Sector Branch
ASU Victorian Private Sector Branch
Young people are all too used to being told that it's normal for work to be unsafe, and that customer abuse, crazy hours and no breaks are to be expected.

Whether you're just starting out in your first job or you're concerned about a family member's working conditions the Young Workers Centre can help.

Every worker has the right to be safe at work.
ASU Victorian Private Sector Branch
Ingrid Stitt MP
In a social experiment, WorkSafe invited a group of young people to a series of 'industry information sessions' and outlined some of the unsafe conditions they could face in the workplace. Sadly, 91% said that they would work in unsafe conditions – meaning they were willing to accept customer abuse, crazy hours and no breaks. Unsafe is always unacceptable. Young workers have the right to feel safe at work, and employers have a responsibility to create a safe working environment. The “Unsafe is Always Unacceptable” campaign reinforces this message and reminds employers that they have a responsibility to protect young workers, and create physically and mentally safe workplaces. More info below.
ASU Victorian Private Sector Branch
ASU Victorian Private Sector Branch
Every worker deserves a safe workplace free of harassment and discrimination - the legal profession is no different. Sexual harassment in the workplace is never ok.

Join your union: https://www.asu.asn.au/asujoin
ASU Victorian Private Sector Branch
ASU Victorian Private Sector Branch
Frontline workers are being left in the dark on when they will be vaccinated.

Australian workers are relying on the vaccine rollout to keep them safe and protect their jobs. We deserve clarity and transparency on the vaccine rollout.

Demand the Government to get on with the job, and to do it correctly: https://utm.io/udg82
ASU Victorian Private Sector Branch
ASU Victorian Private Sector Branch
Very proud of the ASU members involved in this incredible campaign.

Now it’s time for the government to commit to its promise of 12% super. Show your support - https://www.megaphone.org.au/petitions/get-super-working-for-women
ASU Victorian Private Sector Branch
ASU Victorian Private Sector Branch
The amount of super paid on top of your wages is going up to 10% as of 1 July 2021. This will increase to 12% by 1 July 2025. Find out what difference that will make to your retirement at: https://bit.ly/3sdC0dU
ASU Victorian Private Sector Branch
ASU Victorian Private Sector Branch
ASU Victorian Private Sector Branch
Scott Morrison has abandoned the Government’s timeline for COVID vaccinations which has thrown more uncertainty as to when international travel can resume. The Government must act and support workers in aviation and travel and bring in AviationKeeper.

Email the PM to Keep Australia Flying now: keepaustraliaflying.com/#Email

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