Governance & public notices
The ASU is an employee organisation (union) registered under the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009. The ASU is governed by this Act and the ASU Rules which set out the way the ASU is run and is responsible to its members.
This webpage collects together the information relating to governance of the Union and public notices that are available.
All elected positions in the ASU are up for re-election in 2019. Nominations open on Wednesday 6 March and close at 12 noon on Wednesday 27 March 2019. Click here for more information
The five National Office Bearer positions in the ASU are also up for re-election in 2019. Nominations dates will be advised shortly.
The next ASU elections will be held in 2023.
The Act and the ASU Rules, particularly Rule 57, require that financial statements, operating reports and other disclosures are made available to members. All disclosures will be included and made available to the membership at the end of the financial year via the Operating Report from 2014/15 onwards. Material personal interests disclosed within the first six months of the current financial year 2014/15 are listed below.
Transitional Report: National Officers and National Executive members of the ASU have provided declarations advising of no material personal interests for the period 1 July 2013 to 31 December 2013, ie. a nil return for the period.
Officer and related party disclosures
Under the reporting obligations of the WGE Act 2012, the 2012-13 Public Report Form for the Australian Municipal, Administrative, Clerical and Services Union, trading as the Australian Services Union (ASU) can be viewed here: