Working Australians are struggling to keep up with the soaring cost of living, while the Turnbull Government hands out $65 billion in tax cuts to big corporations. The results of The University of Melbourne’s Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (Hilda) survey found all Australians are being hurt by…
Australian workers’ wages are not keeping up with the cost of living and over a million working people are underemployed, figures released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) reveal. The cost of living is growing 16 per cent faster than wages in the private sector. Workers are doing…
Introduction Members would be aware that the ASU made a fresh application to the FWC regarding Canon’s proposed policy on the GPS tracking of technician’s mobile phones. The ASU and its members are very uncomfortable about this proposed policy. A FWC conference was held in Melbourne before Commissioner Gregory. Michael…
Unfortunately Qantas came to our scheduled meeting on 15th August 2017 with ASU delegates and officials completely unprepared to even explain why they want to centralise Airports Workforce planning. They provided us with a broad brush presentation that effectively answered nothing. We have therefore rescheduled a meeting to get all…
South Australia’s Weatherill Labor Government today awarded a contract for a new solar thermal power station in Port Augusta, where the state’s last coal-fired power station was shut last year. The contract is the final piece of the puzzle needed to build a world-leading clean energy generator that will provide…
The voting process for the Singapore Airlines Collective Agreement 2017 has concluded. What was the result? There were a total of 246 ballots received. 207 in favour of the agreement, and 39 against the agreement. As a majority of employees voted in favour of the Agreement it must now be…
On the afternoon of 13 April 2017, (just prior to Good Friday, 14 April 2017) Singapore Airlines management released (via email to all staff), the draft Enterprise Agreement for the mandatory 7 day access period, in accordance with the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth). In keeping with Fair Work Act…
Throughout 2017 your Union has been involved in bargaining with Singapore Airlines management and the Enterprise Negotiation Team (‘the ENT’), for the new Enterprise Agreement. On 30 March 2017, Singapore Airlines management informed your Union and the ENT that it intends to put the Agreement out to a vote by…
ASU officers have been discussing commencing negotiations for a new EBA with Jetstar management. The current EBA expires for re-negotiation purposes 30 September 2017. What is the first step? Notice of Employee Representational Rights (NERR). The Fair Work Act requires Jetstar to provide all employees who are to be covered…
Last week, ASU notified Jetstar that we had concerns your Annual Leave accruals had dropped. A number of ASU members at ports across Australia reported that incorrect Annual Leave balances appeared on the pay slip issued on 4th August 2017 Investigation provides some answers Feedback from Jetstar on Monday morning…
Working Australians are struggling to keep up with the soaring cost of living, while the Turnbull Government hands out $65 billion in tax cuts to big corporations. The results of The University of Melbourne’s Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (Hilda) survey found all Australians are being hurt by…
Australian workers’ wages are not keeping up with the cost of living and over a million working people are underemployed, figures released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) reveal. The cost of living is growing 16 per cent faster than wages in the private sector. Workers are doing…
Introduction Members would be aware that the ASU made a fresh application to the FWC regarding Canon’s proposed policy on the GPS tracking of technician’s mobile phones. The ASU and its members are very uncomfortable about this proposed policy. A FWC conference was held in Melbourne before Commissioner Gregory. Michael…
Unfortunately Qantas came to our scheduled meeting on 15th August 2017 with ASU delegates and officials completely unprepared to even explain why they want to centralise Airports Workforce planning. They provided us with a broad brush presentation that effectively answered nothing. We have therefore rescheduled a meeting to get all…
South Australia’s Weatherill Labor Government today awarded a contract for a new solar thermal power station in Port Augusta, where the state’s last coal-fired power station was shut last year. The contract is the final piece of the puzzle needed to build a world-leading clean energy generator that will provide…
The voting process for the Singapore Airlines Collective Agreement 2017 has concluded. What was the result? There were a total of 246 ballots received. 207 in favour of the agreement, and 39 against the agreement. As a majority of employees voted in favour of the Agreement it must now be…
On the afternoon of 13 April 2017, (just prior to Good Friday, 14 April 2017) Singapore Airlines management released (via email to all staff), the draft Enterprise Agreement for the mandatory 7 day access period, in accordance with the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth). In keeping with Fair Work Act…
Throughout 2017 your Union has been involved in bargaining with Singapore Airlines management and the Enterprise Negotiation Team (‘the ENT’), for the new Enterprise Agreement. On 30 March 2017, Singapore Airlines management informed your Union and the ENT that it intends to put the Agreement out to a vote by…
ASU officers have been discussing commencing negotiations for a new EBA with Jetstar management. The current EBA expires for re-negotiation purposes 30 September 2017. What is the first step? Notice of Employee Representational Rights (NERR). The Fair Work Act requires Jetstar to provide all employees who are to be covered…
Last week, ASU notified Jetstar that we had concerns your Annual Leave accruals had dropped. A number of ASU members at ports across Australia reported that incorrect Annual Leave balances appeared on the pay slip issued on 4th August 2017 Investigation provides some answers Feedback from Jetstar on Monday morning…
Working Australians are struggling to keep up with the soaring cost of living, while the Turnbull Government hands out $65 billion in tax cuts to big corporations. The results of The University of Melbourne’s Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (Hilda) survey found all Australians are being hurt by…
Australian workers’ wages are not keeping up with the cost of living and over a million working people are underemployed, figures released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) reveal. The cost of living is growing 16 per cent faster than wages in the private sector. Workers are doing…
Introduction Members would be aware that the ASU made a fresh application to the FWC regarding Canon’s proposed policy on the GPS tracking of technician’s mobile phones. The ASU and its members are very uncomfortable about this proposed policy. A FWC conference was held in Melbourne before Commissioner Gregory. Michael…
Unfortunately Qantas came to our scheduled meeting on 15th August 2017 with ASU delegates and officials completely unprepared to even explain why they want to centralise Airports Workforce planning. They provided us with a broad brush presentation that effectively answered nothing. We have therefore rescheduled a meeting to get all…
South Australia’s Weatherill Labor Government today awarded a contract for a new solar thermal power station in Port Augusta, where the state’s last coal-fired power station was shut last year. The contract is the final piece of the puzzle needed to build a world-leading clean energy generator that will provide…
The voting process for the Singapore Airlines Collective Agreement 2017 has concluded. What was the result? There were a total of 246 ballots received. 207 in favour of the agreement, and 39 against the agreement. As a majority of employees voted in favour of the Agreement it must now be…
On the afternoon of 13 April 2017, (just prior to Good Friday, 14 April 2017) Singapore Airlines management released (via email to all staff), the draft Enterprise Agreement for the mandatory 7 day access period, in accordance with the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth). In keeping with Fair Work Act…
Throughout 2017 your Union has been involved in bargaining with Singapore Airlines management and the Enterprise Negotiation Team (‘the ENT’), for the new Enterprise Agreement. On 30 March 2017, Singapore Airlines management informed your Union and the ENT that it intends to put the Agreement out to a vote by…
ASU officers have been discussing commencing negotiations for a new EBA with Jetstar management. The current EBA expires for re-negotiation purposes 30 September 2017. What is the first step? Notice of Employee Representational Rights (NERR). The Fair Work Act requires Jetstar to provide all employees who are to be covered…
Last week, ASU notified Jetstar that we had concerns your Annual Leave accruals had dropped. A number of ASU members at ports across Australia reported that incorrect Annual Leave balances appeared on the pay slip issued on 4th August 2017 Investigation provides some answers Feedback from Jetstar on Monday morning…
Working Australians are struggling to keep up with the soaring cost of living, while the Turnbull Government hands out $65 billion in tax cuts to big corporations. The results of The University of Melbourne’s Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (Hilda) survey found all Australians are being hurt by…
Australian workers’ wages are not keeping up with the cost of living and over a million working people are underemployed, figures released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) reveal. The cost of living is growing 16 per cent faster than wages in the private sector. Workers are doing…
Introduction Members would be aware that the ASU made a fresh application to the FWC regarding Canon’s proposed policy on the GPS tracking of technician’s mobile phones. The ASU and its members are very uncomfortable about this proposed policy. A FWC conference was held in Melbourne before Commissioner Gregory. Michael…
Unfortunately Qantas came to our scheduled meeting on 15th August 2017 with ASU delegates and officials completely unprepared to even explain why they want to centralise Airports Workforce planning. They provided us with a broad brush presentation that effectively answered nothing. We have therefore rescheduled a meeting to get all…
South Australia’s Weatherill Labor Government today awarded a contract for a new solar thermal power station in Port Augusta, where the state’s last coal-fired power station was shut last year. The contract is the final piece of the puzzle needed to build a world-leading clean energy generator that will provide…
The voting process for the Singapore Airlines Collective Agreement 2017 has concluded. What was the result? There were a total of 246 ballots received. 207 in favour of the agreement, and 39 against the agreement. As a majority of employees voted in favour of the Agreement it must now be…
On the afternoon of 13 April 2017, (just prior to Good Friday, 14 April 2017) Singapore Airlines management released (via email to all staff), the draft Enterprise Agreement for the mandatory 7 day access period, in accordance with the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth). In keeping with Fair Work Act…
Throughout 2017 your Union has been involved in bargaining with Singapore Airlines management and the Enterprise Negotiation Team (‘the ENT’), for the new Enterprise Agreement. On 30 March 2017, Singapore Airlines management informed your Union and the ENT that it intends to put the Agreement out to a vote by…
ASU officers have been discussing commencing negotiations for a new EBA with Jetstar management. The current EBA expires for re-negotiation purposes 30 September 2017. What is the first step? Notice of Employee Representational Rights (NERR). The Fair Work Act requires Jetstar to provide all employees who are to be covered…
Last week, ASU notified Jetstar that we had concerns your Annual Leave accruals had dropped. A number of ASU members at ports across Australia reported that incorrect Annual Leave balances appeared on the pay slip issued on 4th August 2017 Investigation provides some answers Feedback from Jetstar on Monday morning…