ASU Posters & Resources

ASU Posters & Resources ASU Join Poster ASU Bargaining Poster ASU Delegate Poster 5 Reasons To Join Flyer ASU Pride Out in the Open in all Workplaces Talking Pride In Your Workplace ASU Women Stong Unions Need Women First Aid Training for ASU Members First Aid Training Discounts First Aid Training for Babies & Children…

CPI Hits 7.3%

CPI Hits 7.3% Consumer price inflation has recorded its biggest increase in 32 years, rising to 7.3% annually in the September quarter. Melbourne recorded an annual rise of 7.4%. The Budget has made way for some positive changes to address cost of living pressures, but it will require industrial relations reform to stop real wage…

Statement on change in branch leadership

The ASU Victorian Private Sector Branch today announced Matt Norrey has resigned from the role of Secretary with his replacement to be announced in the coming weeks. Mr Norrey has served as Branch Secretary since 2018 and after a difficult three years battling the challenges of the pandemic, will hand over to new leadership. Imogen…

ASU Budget Analysis 2022

  Did you see the Federal Budget this week? The Budget will have a real impact on wages, jobs and the support our frontline services and industries receive. Here’s our detailed analysis on the issues that matter to ASU members: Morrison has no plan to fix the cost of living crisis. If the Morrison Government…

ASU Member Factsheets

Bullying at Work Family & Domestic Violence Flexible Working Arrangements (FWAs) Insecure Work Parental Leave Performance Improvement Plan Returning to Work – COVID Right to Disconnect Right to Union Representation Sexual Harassment & Discrimination Surveillance at Work Working From Home WFH and Mental Health Workload Stress

Social Media at Work

Social Media at Work As the boundaries between work and leisure become more blurred it’s important to understand that comments made on social media can affect your employment. In some cases employees can be dismissed for making comments about their workplace, employer, manager or co-worker using Social Media forums. Therefore it is always wise to…

ASU Social Media Moderation Guidelines

ASU Social Media Moderation Guidelines There are a few simple rules that visitors to the ASU Facebook Page and our other social networking channels should follow: We invite visitors to actively engage with this community by leaving comments, etc, but please be respectful of others. Inappropriate, irrelevant (eg. advertising, off-topic pages/websites, etc), offensive, derogatory, profane…