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01 November 2012
 ASU Communications Resource Sharing In 2017 an online location was set up at the instigation of ASU Branches which allows both downloading and uploading of resources by Branches as well as the National Office. It is envisaged that this location will act as an archive, ie. grow in size, so…
The ASU National Office is coordinating the Union's involvement in the Federal Election Campaign. Key information and resources for internal ASU use will be available from this page as the campaign progresses. >> THE FOLLOWING INFO AND MATERIALS ARE NOW ARCHIVE ONLY - THEY RELATE TO THE 2016 FEDERAL ELECTION…


01 November 2012
Disclaimer: Australian awards have been in transition since 2008 as modernisation and other processes have taken place. You are urged to speak with your ASU organiser to determine which industrial instruments (awards and agreements) cover you. The list below is a guide only and should not be relied upon as…

Media Coverage

31 October 2012
Media coverage


31 October 2012
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31 October 2012
Material published on this website is for information purposes only. The Australian Services Union cannot guarantee that the information is complete or correct or current. Confirmation direct from the ASU is to be sought for any official advice. The ASU accepts no responsibility for the content of any external sites…

Privacy Policy

31 October 2012
Introduction The Australian Municipal, Administrative, Clerical and Services Union (trading as the Australian Services Union or ASU) (referred to as the Union in this Policy) is the Union representing workers in local government, energy, water, public transport, airlines, shipping, travel, ports, social and community services, information technology and private sector…


31 October 2012
Established July 1993 (earliest precursor union established 1881)Trading name: Australian Services Union (ASU)Registered as: Australian Municipal, Administrative, Clerical and Services Union (AMACSU) The Australian Municipal, Administrative, Clerical and Services Union, trading as the Australian Services Union (ASU), was formed on July 1, 1993, following a vote by members of the…
Emeline Gaske Assistant National Secretary. Emeline leads the Campaigns & Growth Team. Robert Potter  National Secretary

National Conference

31 October 2012
National Conference is the supreme policy making body of the ASU. It meets biennially (once every two years). Branches send delegates to National Conference according to a formula based on number of members in each Branch. National elected officers are also delegates to National Conference with one vote each. All…