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ACTU/ASU Exit Survey 2023 T&C

Comptition Terms and Conditions (ACTU/ASU Exit Survey 2023)

  • The purpose of this prize draw is to promote participation in the Australian Services Union (ASU) survey. The Promoter is the Australian Municipal, Administrative, Clerical and Services Union, trading as the Australian Services Union (‘the ASU’) (ABN: 28 519 971 998) 116 Queensberry Street, Carlton South VIC 3053, contactable on +61 3 9342 1400 ('Promoter').
  • The promotion commences at 12:01am AEST on 12th September 2023 and closes at 11:59pm AEST on 1st October 2023.
  • Entry is only open to those that have received an email survey invitation, aged 16 years or older, who submit a complete response to this survey, which is being conducted by the ACTU on behalf of the Promoter. Only one entry is allowed per person.
  • Employees of the Promoter, the ACTU, and their family members are not eligible.
  • Entry into the promotion is free, however, to enter, respondents must fully complete the online survey during the Promotional Period.
  • People completing the survey will automatically be entered in the draw to win one of 5 individual prizes of $100 with a total prize pool of $500.
  • The prize will be delivered via email and is not transferable.
  • The draw will take place on Thursday, 5 October 2023 at 11am at 365 Queen Street, Melbourne. Entrants are not required to attend the draw.
  • Following the draw, winners will be notified by email by 12th October 2023, and the winners’ names will be published on Promoter's website by 20th October 2023. If a prize is unclaimed within two weeks of notification, the winner will forfeit their claim to a prize, and the ASU reserves the right to draw another name.
  • Given the prize pool total and the nature of this draw as a trade promotional lottery, no permit is currently required for any of the Australian jurisdictions; the draw will be conducted in compliance with all relevant legislation.

Competition Winners

  • Kirsty, Qld
  • Duane, Vic
  • Steve, Qld
  • Kevin, Qld
  • Jessica, NSW


Terms of Use: Australian Services Union Social Media

Australian Services Union Online Communities

Thanks for being part of the Australian Services Union (ASU) online community.

This ASU space on a third-party platform provides an opportunity to share ideas and engage with others through the ASU social media channels.

All users are required to treat each other with respect and courtesy. As unionists, we stand for safety, we respect each other, and we will always fight for equality and fairness.

Terms of Use – Australian Services Union Social Media

In engaging with the Australian Services Union social media, you understand and agree the ASU has ultimate editorial control over all its social media channels. The ASU may edit, remove, or exercise its discretion not to accept or publish your contribution. This includes decisions that we take for legal, editorial, or operational reasons including if we consider it to be:

  1. defamatory, or otherwise unlawful or that it violates laws regarding harassment, discrimination, racial vilification, privacy, or contempt. The Australian Services Union reserves the right to close comments on posts that may elicit harmful, defamatory, or otherwise unlawful user contributions
  2. intentionally false or misleading
  3. an infringement of intellectual property rights including copyright
  4. abusive, offensive, or obscene
  5. racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic or discriminatory
  6. inappropriate, off topic, repetitive or vexatious. The ASU also reserves the right to reject contributions from participants who seek to dominate the discussion
  7. compromising the privacy or safety of any person or containing inappropriate personal information
  8. seeking to endorse commercial products or services
  9. seeking to directly solicit donations
  10. deliberate provocation of other community members, or
  11. impersonating someone else and/or posting on behalf of a suspended member.

If you breach these Terms of Use, the Australian Services Union may block your account or contributions.

To assist in ensuring that this space continues to reflect the values of the ASU and the terms of use, the Australian Services Union moderates content.

Outside of moderator business hours, or where a moderator resource is not available, comments on posts may be turned off to allow us to uphold and enforce the Terms of Use.