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Advocating for Australian workers in a range of industries
Advocating for Australian workers in a range of industries

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Rampant corporate tax avoidance is costing Australia billions of dollars that could be funding the health, education & infrastructure services that we expect from our Federal Government.

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5 May 2014: The Abbott Government is considering a plan to cut the minimum wage every year for ten years which would have catastrophic consequences for Australia's lowest paid workers. #ausunions  #asunion

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1 May 2014: This week your ASU National Negotiating Team (NNT), Doris Nykanen, Steph Keady and Joseph Mifsud from Sydney and Brett Whitehead from Melbourne, met with management and provided them a copy of your endorsed claims. The ASU has asked the company for additional information and at the next meeting we will present your claims in detail. #ausunions  #asunion

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28 April 2014:  Could the secret negotiations for the international Trade in Services Agreement be hiding an agenda to irreversibly privatise our public services? #ausunions  #asunion

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28 April 2014: On International Workers' Memorial Day, remember the dead, fight like hell for the living #ausunions  #asunion

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16 April 2014: ASU delegates and officials again met with Qantas domestic airports' management to get both an update on the restructuring plans for service and sales desk and baggage services but also to hear what decisions had been made about the management restructure. #ausunions  #asunion

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28 March 2014: A Productivity Commission Inquiry and two Senate Committee inquiries make a total of three formed in recent months to look into the child care sector. As the Union for early childhood educators in local government, the ASU continues to amplify the voice of our members with a submission to each of the inquiries. #ausunions  #asunion

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28 March 2014: On Thursday 27th March ASU officials and Delegates from each of the Telephone Sales centres met with Qantas Management to receive an update on the current review of the Australian and New Zealand telephone sales centres. #ausunions  #asunion

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28 March 2014: A $27 wage rise per week for our lowest paid workers is essential if Australia is to avoid creating an underclass of working poor, unions say. #ausunions  #asunion

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26 March 2014: Brave Qantas workers faced pollies in Canberra #ausunions  #asunion
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