ASU delegates met with management today to continue bargaining for a new enterprise agreement. Management offered an unfair pay increase of 7.5% over three years (2% in 2018, 2.25% in 2019, 2.25% in 2020) and an additional two days of compassionate leave for employees who need to travel for funerals.…
Members will recall that there was a Hearing in the FWC on the 28 February 2018 regarding Canon’s application arguing that the FWC did NOT have the jurisdiction to hear the dispute between the ASU and Canon concerning the GPS tracking of technician’s mobile phones. Last Friday, the Commission released…
The Maurice Blackburn Employees’ Agreement 2016 provides for a review of the classification structure in Appendix A of the Agreement. The review is conducted jointly by the Australian Services Union and Maurice Blackburn. We need ASU members to help with the review of the draft classifications and participate in getting…
AeroCare has lost its third legal proceeding in a row attempting to have the Aerocare Collective Agreement 2017 approved, the latest being an appeal to the Federal Court which was an appeal about an appeal they’d lost to a Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission. Confused? Let us explain…
ASU Delegates and Staff met with Qantas management to discuss the proposed sale of QCatering and to ask further questions. We have told Qantas that they need to show some respect for staff and start answering questions about the future of Qantas Catering. Staff need detail so they can make…
Employees voted to approve the Aerocare Collective Agreement 2018. This means that Aerocare have 14 days from the date of the vote to lodge an application for the Fair Work Commission to approve or reject the Agreement. What does the Fair Work Commission do with the Agreement? Aerocare have 14…
Tonight, we needed a budget that tackled growing inequality, flat lining wages, gave our communities greater security in employment and retirement.  Instead the Federal Government delivered for its mates in banks and big business with $80 billion in corporate tax cuts. The Federal Government has failed many in our community:…
Negotiations at Rex between the ASU and management have nearly come to a close. It is hoped the new agreement will be ready for staff to view and be put out for a vote in the next few weeks. Final discussions are taking place surrounding the change that Rex sought…
Aerocare are asking you to vote on a proposed Collective Agreement to replace the Aerocare Collective Agreement 2012. The ASU recommends members vote NO to this unfair collective agreement. Why members should vote NO Poor rates of pay:The pay proposal from Aerocare does not meet industry standards and is unsatisfactory…
Jetstar employees endorse new EBA with a 97% yes vote. 97% of employees have voted to accept the terms and conditions of the new EBA, that is a resounding endorsement What next? The Union and Jetstar will file all necessary paperwork with the Fair Work Commission as soon as possible.Once…
ASU delegates met with management today to continue bargaining for a new enterprise agreement. Management offered an unfair pay increase of 7.5% over three years (2% in 2018, 2.25% in 2019, 2.25% in 2020) and an additional two days of compassionate leave for employees who need to travel for funerals.…
Members will recall that there was a Hearing in the FWC on the 28 February 2018 regarding Canon’s application arguing that the FWC did NOT have the jurisdiction to hear the dispute between the ASU and Canon concerning the GPS tracking of technician’s mobile phones. Last Friday, the Commission released…
The Maurice Blackburn Employees’ Agreement 2016 provides for a review of the classification structure in Appendix A of the Agreement. The review is conducted jointly by the Australian Services Union and Maurice Blackburn. We need ASU members to help with the review of the draft classifications and participate in getting…
AeroCare has lost its third legal proceeding in a row attempting to have the Aerocare Collective Agreement 2017 approved, the latest being an appeal to the Federal Court which was an appeal about an appeal they’d lost to a Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission. Confused? Let us explain…
ASU Delegates and Staff met with Qantas management to discuss the proposed sale of QCatering and to ask further questions. We have told Qantas that they need to show some respect for staff and start answering questions about the future of Qantas Catering. Staff need detail so they can make…
Employees voted to approve the Aerocare Collective Agreement 2018. This means that Aerocare have 14 days from the date of the vote to lodge an application for the Fair Work Commission to approve or reject the Agreement. What does the Fair Work Commission do with the Agreement? Aerocare have 14…
Tonight, we needed a budget that tackled growing inequality, flat lining wages, gave our communities greater security in employment and retirement.  Instead the Federal Government delivered for its mates in banks and big business with $80 billion in corporate tax cuts. The Federal Government has failed many in our community:…
Negotiations at Rex between the ASU and management have nearly come to a close. It is hoped the new agreement will be ready for staff to view and be put out for a vote in the next few weeks. Final discussions are taking place surrounding the change that Rex sought…
Aerocare are asking you to vote on a proposed Collective Agreement to replace the Aerocare Collective Agreement 2012. The ASU recommends members vote NO to this unfair collective agreement. Why members should vote NO Poor rates of pay:The pay proposal from Aerocare does not meet industry standards and is unsatisfactory…
Jetstar employees endorse new EBA with a 97% yes vote. 97% of employees have voted to accept the terms and conditions of the new EBA, that is a resounding endorsement What next? The Union and Jetstar will file all necessary paperwork with the Fair Work Commission as soon as possible.Once…
ASU delegates met with management today to continue bargaining for a new enterprise agreement. Management offered an unfair pay increase of 7.5% over three years (2% in 2018, 2.25% in 2019, 2.25% in 2020) and an additional two days of compassionate leave for employees who need to travel for funerals.…
Members will recall that there was a Hearing in the FWC on the 28 February 2018 regarding Canon’s application arguing that the FWC did NOT have the jurisdiction to hear the dispute between the ASU and Canon concerning the GPS tracking of technician’s mobile phones. Last Friday, the Commission released…
The Maurice Blackburn Employees’ Agreement 2016 provides for a review of the classification structure in Appendix A of the Agreement. The review is conducted jointly by the Australian Services Union and Maurice Blackburn. We need ASU members to help with the review of the draft classifications and participate in getting…
AeroCare has lost its third legal proceeding in a row attempting to have the Aerocare Collective Agreement 2017 approved, the latest being an appeal to the Federal Court which was an appeal about an appeal they’d lost to a Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission. Confused? Let us explain…
ASU Delegates and Staff met with Qantas management to discuss the proposed sale of QCatering and to ask further questions. We have told Qantas that they need to show some respect for staff and start answering questions about the future of Qantas Catering. Staff need detail so they can make…
Employees voted to approve the Aerocare Collective Agreement 2018. This means that Aerocare have 14 days from the date of the vote to lodge an application for the Fair Work Commission to approve or reject the Agreement. What does the Fair Work Commission do with the Agreement? Aerocare have 14…
Tonight, we needed a budget that tackled growing inequality, flat lining wages, gave our communities greater security in employment and retirement.  Instead the Federal Government delivered for its mates in banks and big business with $80 billion in corporate tax cuts. The Federal Government has failed many in our community:…
Negotiations at Rex between the ASU and management have nearly come to a close. It is hoped the new agreement will be ready for staff to view and be put out for a vote in the next few weeks. Final discussions are taking place surrounding the change that Rex sought…
Aerocare are asking you to vote on a proposed Collective Agreement to replace the Aerocare Collective Agreement 2012. The ASU recommends members vote NO to this unfair collective agreement. Why members should vote NO Poor rates of pay:The pay proposal from Aerocare does not meet industry standards and is unsatisfactory…
Jetstar employees endorse new EBA with a 97% yes vote. 97% of employees have voted to accept the terms and conditions of the new EBA, that is a resounding endorsement What next? The Union and Jetstar will file all necessary paperwork with the Fair Work Commission as soon as possible.Once…
ASU delegates met with management today to continue bargaining for a new enterprise agreement. Management offered an unfair pay increase of 7.5% over three years (2% in 2018, 2.25% in 2019, 2.25% in 2020) and an additional two days of compassionate leave for employees who need to travel for funerals.…
Members will recall that there was a Hearing in the FWC on the 28 February 2018 regarding Canon’s application arguing that the FWC did NOT have the jurisdiction to hear the dispute between the ASU and Canon concerning the GPS tracking of technician’s mobile phones. Last Friday, the Commission released…
The Maurice Blackburn Employees’ Agreement 2016 provides for a review of the classification structure in Appendix A of the Agreement. The review is conducted jointly by the Australian Services Union and Maurice Blackburn. We need ASU members to help with the review of the draft classifications and participate in getting…
AeroCare has lost its third legal proceeding in a row attempting to have the Aerocare Collective Agreement 2017 approved, the latest being an appeal to the Federal Court which was an appeal about an appeal they’d lost to a Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission. Confused? Let us explain…
ASU Delegates and Staff met with Qantas management to discuss the proposed sale of QCatering and to ask further questions. We have told Qantas that they need to show some respect for staff and start answering questions about the future of Qantas Catering. Staff need detail so they can make…
Employees voted to approve the Aerocare Collective Agreement 2018. This means that Aerocare have 14 days from the date of the vote to lodge an application for the Fair Work Commission to approve or reject the Agreement. What does the Fair Work Commission do with the Agreement? Aerocare have 14…
Tonight, we needed a budget that tackled growing inequality, flat lining wages, gave our communities greater security in employment and retirement.  Instead the Federal Government delivered for its mates in banks and big business with $80 billion in corporate tax cuts. The Federal Government has failed many in our community:…
Negotiations at Rex between the ASU and management have nearly come to a close. It is hoped the new agreement will be ready for staff to view and be put out for a vote in the next few weeks. Final discussions are taking place surrounding the change that Rex sought…
Aerocare are asking you to vote on a proposed Collective Agreement to replace the Aerocare Collective Agreement 2012. The ASU recommends members vote NO to this unfair collective agreement. Why members should vote NO Poor rates of pay:The pay proposal from Aerocare does not meet industry standards and is unsatisfactory…
Jetstar employees endorse new EBA with a 97% yes vote. 97% of employees have voted to accept the terms and conditions of the new EBA, that is a resounding endorsement What next? The Union and Jetstar will file all necessary paperwork with the Fair Work Commission as soon as possible.Once…