2016 Enterprise agreement bargaining will commence soon Your Agreement expired 30 June and Thai Airways have indicated an intention to commence bargaining. If you are not a member of the ASU then your views may not be represented in bargaining. Help us prepare the ASU claim Your views are welcome…
Staff at Thai Airways now have the opportunity to negotiate a new EBA for 2016 Your Agreement has now expired and Thai Airways have indicated an intention to commence bargaining. The ASU is default bargaining representative for members and we are interested in knowing what you want for your new…
We’ve heard there might be some misinformation out there about your rights if you take protected industrial action – to make sure there is no confusion, here are the facts. Pay during periods of ‘stop-work’ If you engage in a ‘stop-work’ meeting or strike, Maurice Blackburn can only deduct wages…
The Turnbull Liberal Government has directed the Productivity Commission to prepare a plan to increase competition and privatisation in community services. Last Friday, the Productivity Commission called for submissions on which community services are fit to be commercialised and privatised. This could include any and all community services, including support…
The Turnbull Government has asked the Productivity Commission to investigate commercialising vital community services – a move that would divert scarce public funding away from supporting victims of domestic violence and homelessness services to shareholders of opportunistic businesses. In the days before the election was called, Treasurer Scott Morrison quietly…
Will Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull reject the Productivity Commission's anti-worker recommendations or pull the trigger on this loaded gun? Merely a few days out from Christmas, with many already on holidays, the Productivity Commission has issued its final report into Australian workplaces. The report recommends, amongst other infringements on current…
As part of our campaign to get a better enterprise bargaining deal at Maurice Blackburn, we are considering having a protected action ballot. Before we do this we are going to conduct a confidential survey of staff about what they are prepared to do to get a better deal. Here…
The 2016 federal election is about priorities. Whether $50 billion of taxpayers’ money is best used on corporate tax cuts or on health, education and infrastructure investment. In this report we demystify the issues for our members and supporters so you can be well-informed at the ballot box. The ASU…
“Come back to the table when you agree” – that’s what the Maurice Blackburn negotiators told your national negotiating team at today’s EBA meeting. In meetings of members over the last couple of weeks across the country you have told us that The firm’s pay offer is not good enough…
Despite being the reason for calling a double dissolution election, the Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC) has been barely mentioned by the Liberal Government during the protracted election campaign, however the Union for local government, energy and water sector workers needs to alert the community that chaos may follow…
2016 Enterprise agreement bargaining will commence soon Your Agreement expired 30 June and Thai Airways have indicated an intention to commence bargaining. If you are not a member of the ASU then your views may not be represented in bargaining. Help us prepare the ASU claim Your views are welcome…
Staff at Thai Airways now have the opportunity to negotiate a new EBA for 2016 Your Agreement has now expired and Thai Airways have indicated an intention to commence bargaining. The ASU is default bargaining representative for members and we are interested in knowing what you want for your new…
We’ve heard there might be some misinformation out there about your rights if you take protected industrial action – to make sure there is no confusion, here are the facts. Pay during periods of ‘stop-work’ If you engage in a ‘stop-work’ meeting or strike, Maurice Blackburn can only deduct wages…
The Turnbull Liberal Government has directed the Productivity Commission to prepare a plan to increase competition and privatisation in community services. Last Friday, the Productivity Commission called for submissions on which community services are fit to be commercialised and privatised. This could include any and all community services, including support…
The Turnbull Government has asked the Productivity Commission to investigate commercialising vital community services – a move that would divert scarce public funding away from supporting victims of domestic violence and homelessness services to shareholders of opportunistic businesses. In the days before the election was called, Treasurer Scott Morrison quietly…
Will Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull reject the Productivity Commission's anti-worker recommendations or pull the trigger on this loaded gun? Merely a few days out from Christmas, with many already on holidays, the Productivity Commission has issued its final report into Australian workplaces. The report recommends, amongst other infringements on current…
As part of our campaign to get a better enterprise bargaining deal at Maurice Blackburn, we are considering having a protected action ballot. Before we do this we are going to conduct a confidential survey of staff about what they are prepared to do to get a better deal. Here…
The 2016 federal election is about priorities. Whether $50 billion of taxpayers’ money is best used on corporate tax cuts or on health, education and infrastructure investment. In this report we demystify the issues for our members and supporters so you can be well-informed at the ballot box. The ASU…
“Come back to the table when you agree” – that’s what the Maurice Blackburn negotiators told your national negotiating team at today’s EBA meeting. In meetings of members over the last couple of weeks across the country you have told us that The firm’s pay offer is not good enough…
Despite being the reason for calling a double dissolution election, the Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC) has been barely mentioned by the Liberal Government during the protracted election campaign, however the Union for local government, energy and water sector workers needs to alert the community that chaos may follow…
2016 Enterprise agreement bargaining will commence soon Your Agreement expired 30 June and Thai Airways have indicated an intention to commence bargaining. If you are not a member of the ASU then your views may not be represented in bargaining. Help us prepare the ASU claim Your views are welcome…
Staff at Thai Airways now have the opportunity to negotiate a new EBA for 2016 Your Agreement has now expired and Thai Airways have indicated an intention to commence bargaining. The ASU is default bargaining representative for members and we are interested in knowing what you want for your new…
We’ve heard there might be some misinformation out there about your rights if you take protected industrial action – to make sure there is no confusion, here are the facts. Pay during periods of ‘stop-work’ If you engage in a ‘stop-work’ meeting or strike, Maurice Blackburn can only deduct wages…
The Turnbull Liberal Government has directed the Productivity Commission to prepare a plan to increase competition and privatisation in community services. Last Friday, the Productivity Commission called for submissions on which community services are fit to be commercialised and privatised. This could include any and all community services, including support…
The Turnbull Government has asked the Productivity Commission to investigate commercialising vital community services – a move that would divert scarce public funding away from supporting victims of domestic violence and homelessness services to shareholders of opportunistic businesses. In the days before the election was called, Treasurer Scott Morrison quietly…
Will Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull reject the Productivity Commission's anti-worker recommendations or pull the trigger on this loaded gun? Merely a few days out from Christmas, with many already on holidays, the Productivity Commission has issued its final report into Australian workplaces. The report recommends, amongst other infringements on current…
As part of our campaign to get a better enterprise bargaining deal at Maurice Blackburn, we are considering having a protected action ballot. Before we do this we are going to conduct a confidential survey of staff about what they are prepared to do to get a better deal. Here…
The 2016 federal election is about priorities. Whether $50 billion of taxpayers’ money is best used on corporate tax cuts or on health, education and infrastructure investment. In this report we demystify the issues for our members and supporters so you can be well-informed at the ballot box. The ASU…
“Come back to the table when you agree” – that’s what the Maurice Blackburn negotiators told your national negotiating team at today’s EBA meeting. In meetings of members over the last couple of weeks across the country you have told us that The firm’s pay offer is not good enough…
Despite being the reason for calling a double dissolution election, the Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC) has been barely mentioned by the Liberal Government during the protracted election campaign, however the Union for local government, energy and water sector workers needs to alert the community that chaos may follow…
2016 Enterprise agreement bargaining will commence soon Your Agreement expired 30 June and Thai Airways have indicated an intention to commence bargaining. If you are not a member of the ASU then your views may not be represented in bargaining. Help us prepare the ASU claim Your views are welcome…
Staff at Thai Airways now have the opportunity to negotiate a new EBA for 2016 Your Agreement has now expired and Thai Airways have indicated an intention to commence bargaining. The ASU is default bargaining representative for members and we are interested in knowing what you want for your new…
We’ve heard there might be some misinformation out there about your rights if you take protected industrial action – to make sure there is no confusion, here are the facts. Pay during periods of ‘stop-work’ If you engage in a ‘stop-work’ meeting or strike, Maurice Blackburn can only deduct wages…
The Turnbull Liberal Government has directed the Productivity Commission to prepare a plan to increase competition and privatisation in community services. Last Friday, the Productivity Commission called for submissions on which community services are fit to be commercialised and privatised. This could include any and all community services, including support…
The Turnbull Government has asked the Productivity Commission to investigate commercialising vital community services – a move that would divert scarce public funding away from supporting victims of domestic violence and homelessness services to shareholders of opportunistic businesses. In the days before the election was called, Treasurer Scott Morrison quietly…
Will Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull reject the Productivity Commission's anti-worker recommendations or pull the trigger on this loaded gun? Merely a few days out from Christmas, with many already on holidays, the Productivity Commission has issued its final report into Australian workplaces. The report recommends, amongst other infringements on current…
As part of our campaign to get a better enterprise bargaining deal at Maurice Blackburn, we are considering having a protected action ballot. Before we do this we are going to conduct a confidential survey of staff about what they are prepared to do to get a better deal. Here…
The 2016 federal election is about priorities. Whether $50 billion of taxpayers’ money is best used on corporate tax cuts or on health, education and infrastructure investment. In this report we demystify the issues for our members and supporters so you can be well-informed at the ballot box. The ASU…
“Come back to the table when you agree” – that’s what the Maurice Blackburn negotiators told your national negotiating team at today’s EBA meeting. In meetings of members over the last couple of weeks across the country you have told us that The firm’s pay offer is not good enough…
Despite being the reason for calling a double dissolution election, the Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC) has been barely mentioned by the Liberal Government during the protracted election campaign, however the Union for local government, energy and water sector workers needs to alert the community that chaos may follow…