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As was outlined in the ASU’s previous bulletin dnata has been caught red handed setting up a new business with a new Enterprise Bargaining Agreement (EBA) whilst at the same time a labour hire company “coincidentally” has set up another company with a second EBA that is virtually identical. What has encouraged employers to be…

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You should expect to work in a safe environment!

You should expect to work in a safe environment! As you know the ASU has been campaigning for safer Call Centres and for Serco to take more pro-active measures to minimise the risk of Coronavirus. Union members have been active in communicating with the Union and their co-workers about their concerns, and making sure Serco…

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You can be proud today

Today, for the first time, Labor announced that if elected to Government, it would implement a range of reforms proposed by the ASU to bring back fairness to the superannuation system. As you know the ASU commissioned a report last year into superannuation outcomes for women in the workforce which was only possible because of…

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Women deserve super too!

New report reveals retirement is not so super for women. Following two major ASU surveys about retirement security, what we learned demanded further study and the search for solutions. Today we are proud to launch the report: “Not So Super, For Women: Superannuation and Women’s Retirement Outcomes”, in collaboration with progressive think tank Per Capita.…

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Will Emirates Group support Australian employees?

Our hard working Dnata Delegates have come across some correspondence that has been circulated to all Emirates / Dnata Staff from the Emirates Group CEO which suggests that “a majority of Emirates Group employees” will continue to be paid during the foreseeable future (see attached). As Dnata is part of the Emirates group, the ASU…

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