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Private Sector Clerical & Administrative

The FedEx EA 2013 was recently approved by the Fair Work Commission but not before a challenge by the ASU in relation to inferior conditions when compared with the minimum safety net of the Clerks - Private Sector Award such as: Part time - no written agreement on a regular…
The FedEx draft enterprise agreement 2013 has been circulated by management for staff consultation and is now subject to a ballot commencing 4th July and closing 8th July 2013. The ASU has negotiated some changes during the bargaining process. However the final draft agreement is not one the ASU can…
Union calls for greater support for regional jobs Target has advised the Australian Services Union that 216 jobs will be lost from the Target head office in North Geelong, in another devastating blow to the Geelong community. The ASU, which represents staff at the site, said the news would be…
The Australian Services Union has demanded urgent talks with Target management following today's media reports that jobs will be cut from Target head office in Geelong. Target has confirmed that management are conducting a review of the business that may have implications for jobs at head office. The Union has…
In Australian society you are considered to be an adult when you turn 18. But this is not the case in many workplaces, reflecting a bygone era when turning 21 was the criteria for full adult wages. It's time all Australian workplaces reflected our current culture and so the ASU…
BUPA staff would be aware that the BUPA Australia Enterprise Agreement 2010 expires on 24th June 2013. As in 2010 the ASU and FSU will be seeking to commence bargaining with management as soon as possible. Your enterprise agreement is a legally enforceable document which provides you with wages and…
FedEx staff would be aware that the Federal Express National Enterprise Agreement 2010 expires on 4 August 2013. An amended draft agreement has been circulated by management prior to the commencement of formal bargaining with ASU and TWU representatives. There has been one meeting held between bargaining representatives on Tuesday…
The establishment of a Services Leaders Group to advise government and drive reforms is necessary to secure jobs and achieve growth, said the Australian Services Union and the Finance Sector Union today. “With more than 20,000 Australian services sector jobs lost off-shore each year, this announcement is a crucial step…
85% of Australians want banks and other businesses to obtain consumer consent before offshoring their data, according to a union poll. The Essential Poll conducted for the Australian Services Union and the Finance Sector Union found wide support—over 80% across age, gender and voting intention—for more regulation of data offshoring.…
Unions today called on the federal government implement consumers' right to know legislation, so Australians can make informed decisions about where their sensitive personal data is stored. In a draft guide published this week, the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority has identified off-shoring as an area of weakness in banks' data…