You can access the NSW Branch Financial Reports 2018 here NOTE: As of 4 December 2018, there has been an amendment to the AWU NSW Branch Financial Reports. The only change is to the membership figure recorded on page 9. The previous version included a financial membership figure of 17,598. This figure has been amended to 20,417 - this reflects the number of members on the Branch’s membership register including un-financial members.
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International Workers' Memorial Day services were held today at Blacktown (9am) and in Sydney (midday) to mark the commemoration of workers killed or injured in the workplace. Mark Morey, Unions NSW Secretary spoke at both services discussing the significance of the day and that all workers deserve to return to their loved ones in the same way as they had left their home. Research demonstrates that Union workplaces are safer than non-union sites. "The unions have always...
Calling all AWU members and their families to come together and enjoy an afternoon together. May Day rally is on Sunday 7th May 2017, gathering in Hyde Park north at noon for a march in the City. It is a great family day for all union members with their families and friends to gather. Entertainment and talks will be held on the victories of the trade union movement over the years and the challenges that lay ahead. Seek out the AWU flags and join in the fun and...
International Workers' Memorial Day commemorates all workers injured or killed in the workplace as well as time to stop and reflect on the significance of work health and safety. Services are held across the state and supported by Unions NSW and SafeWork NSW. Services will be held at: Blacktown : Time: 09:00 AM – 10:00 AM Where: Blacktown Showground (Eastern Precinct), on the boardwalk area near Café. · Central Coast: Time: 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM Where: Ourimbah Wall Of...
The bizarre decision encouraged employers who failed to establish a case for penalty rate cuts or withdrew during the hearings, to have another crack at penalty rate reductions in the foreseeable future. Hair and beauty workers were saved from the penalty rate cuts when the employers could not establish a plausible reason for the reduction, but the Fair Work Commission is encouraging industry employer groups not to give up and make further submissions. Russ Collison,...
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