Paid pandemic leave can arrest the latest coronavirus outbreak, and help save Australia’s economy

Date Published: 09/07/2020 Category: Covid-19 Member Benefits

As the COVID-19 pandemic takes a dangerous new turn in Australia, the Federal Government must provide all working people with paid pandemic leave.


Member Benefits Update July 2020

Date Published: 01/07/2020 Category: Member Benefits Minimum wage

Happy July, dear readers, and welcome to this month’s edition of your Member Benefits Update.


Member Benefits Update August 2019

Date Published: 08/08/2019 Category: Member Benefits Super

The August edition of your member benefits update brings you the latest on how to put your tax refund to good use, we look at the scourge of unpaid super, there’s some great Father’s Day deals available using your Member Benefits program and you could win one of five family (ADMIT 4) inseason passes to see Angry Birds in our monthly competition!


Save or splurge? Put your tax refund to good use
How good is tax time? In exchange for a few hours filling out your tax return, you could receive a handy refund cheque.


I’m a Casual Worker But I Want to Be Made Permanent

Date Published: 03/10/2018 Category: Opinion

Erinna asks:
I’ve been a casual here for nearly 3 years.


Member Benefits Update June 2018

Date Published: 06/06/2018 Category: Member Benefits

In the June edition of your Member Benefits Update we encourage you to check your home loan to ensure you are getting the best rates, we highlight our great car insurance offer, we have an update on the recent increase to the minimum wage, we present ‘Change the Rules’ merchandise and we pay tribute to union legend, Ark Tribe.


Member Benefits Update June 2017

Date Published: 07/06/2017 Category: Member Benefits

In the June edition of your Member Benefits Update there’s a great cashback offer from our friends at Tyresales.


Am I being paid correctly under my award?

Date Published: 01/12/2014 Category: Industrial Relations Opinion Workers rights

Leon asks: My employer says she doesn’t have to pay me the amount set down in the Award as when I started working for her the Award said I was paid at a lower rate.