Successful Campaigns

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Successful Campaigns
  • Tell Sydney Trains To Stop Targeting Our Delegates
    Our elected representatives need to have the ability to represent us, the members, free of harassment and the threat of disciplinary hanging over their heads like the hangman's noose. The actions displayed from Sydney Trains set a terrible precedent and will impede the movement's ability to bargain into the future due to workplace delegates being in fear of the employment.
    1,645 Signatures
    Created by Scarlett Bellette
  • Don't leave workers exposed
    We won. At the meeting of Safe Work Australia yesterday, it was the decision was made to retain the WES for welding fumes.
    1,191 Signatures
    Created by The AMWU Picture
  • Coca Cola: Don't freeze our wages!
    COCA COLA WORKERS WIN! Coke workers in WA endorsed a new deal that see significant improvements on what the company originally offered! Despite Coca Cola repeatedly trying to force workers to vote for an offer that included wage freeze in year 1 and average pay rises of less than 1% per year for remaining 3 years, workers voted NO again and again and endorsed a protected action ballot. Now they’ve won $1000 back pay for year 1 and 6%, 3%, 3% for the lowest paid workers and 4%, 2%, 2% for those on a higher rate, an increase on 24/6 shift roster allowance from 27% to 28.5% and more! None of this would have been possible without Union members sticking together. When members stick together, they win!
    4,660 Signatures
    Created by United Workers Union Picture
  • Support NSW workers to get tested without losing pay!
    NSW workers won support payments to get tested for COVID-19 and isolate. Congratulations to everyone who took action!
    989 Signatures
    Created by United Workers Union Picture
  • An open letter to RMIT Chancellor Dr Ziggy Switkowski
    Dr Ziggy Switkowski has stepped down as RMIT chancellor! Congratulations to all who signed the petition.
    336 Signatures
    Created by NTEU Branch
  • Carer's leave for staff required to care for their children during Victorian school closures
    Members have been contacting us with their stories: "I have only recently started at Monash and do not have the leave balance or personal wealth to cover this requirement. I have no choice but to let my kid’s education suffer as I cannot assist them and fulfil the full requirements of my role." "I have two children in lower to middle secondary school. Their schooling has shifted online, which requires me to monitor their schooling from 8.30am to 3.15pm each week day, and react to technical and learning issues throughout the day. In a non-COVID19 environment, I acquit my fractional hours by working uninterrupted during school hours from Monday to Friday (8.30am to 3.30pm). I am no longer able to get the uninterrupted school hours, so I am working much later into the evenings and on weekends, and this is impacting on my ability to look after my children outside of school hours and to assist my mother with the care of my father, who has Alzheimers." "I am the parent of a 5 and 6 year old. The 6 year old is in the process of being diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and needs close and constant supervision. It is not possible to do any work at the same time as home-schooling. I am seeking carers leave to cover two days a week and my partner would be undertaking the other three days. I will spend the three work days fulfilling my teaching and engagement obligations, and will forego my research during this time. Clearly this is likely to impact on my track record for ARC grant applications and my next promotion application, but I feel I have no other choice due to pressures from my department." "I have a secondary school-age child. She has some significant health problems including anxiety, I have to spend a considerable amount of time keeping her on track with her learning. I also have an elderly mother (78) who lives on her own. I therefore need to regularly do her shopping, something she would normally do for herself, but should not at the moment because of the health risks of her leaving the house. Now when there is the prospect of me actually being able to take COVID-19 related leave, it has suddenly been withdrawn. This feels like a slap in the face, especially given the generosity of the university toward students. By contrast, for academics the so-called generosity has been swiftly removed, making a farce of the entire "thanks for being so incredible working overtime" statements that have been made routinely during the crisis. Personally, I worked more than 12 hours a day for 3 weeks, with no days off, and received nothing in recognition, except hollow words."
    377 Signatures
    Created by NTEU Monash Branch
  • 1,165 Signatures
    Created by FSU Finance Sector Union
  • Q&A - No Platform for Misogyny.
    Waterstreet is OFF the QandA panel!
    2,179 Signatures
    Created by Tiarne Crowther
  • Hands Off our Health & Wellbeing Allowance
    Because Cbus did as we told them, which they should have bloody done in the first place :)
    109 Signatures
    Created by Finance Sector Union
  • La Trobe University: Hands Off Our V-Grade
    The uni has agreed to bring back V-grades for students!
    1 Signatures
    Created by La Trobe University Student Union Picture