The United Services Union (USU) has approximately 40,000 members and represents local government, energy, airline and clerical and administrative employees throughout NSW.
- Negotiates your Award
- Negotiates Collective Agreements
- Protects your rates of pay
- Protects your conditions of employment
- Protects you against unfair dismissal
- Conciliates and arbitrates disputes
- Protects your health and safety at work
Many thousands of workers have chosen to join the USU, allowing us to provide membership services including industrial guidance, protection and a number of significant benefits to our members.
The USU has created a number of additional benefits including discounts which if utilised could potentially recoup the small financial contribution your membership constitutes.
Your union works on various campaigns aimed at improving the quality of life for our members and their families.
Issues include Long Service Leave, Maternity & Paternity Leave, Sick Leave, Working Hours and Conditions that many employees enjoy but do not realise come from the collective strength of unionism.
If you have any issues in your working environment about which you have questions, you should contact the Union and we will be only too happy to advise you.
The USU has branches and organisers right across New South Wales so that we can be in the right place when you and your family need help.
If you think for a moment, most groups of workers across the public and private sectors have a Union to collectively bargain on their behalf – even employers have their own “Unions” usually in the form of Associations. For example medical practitioners have the Australian Medical Association (AMA) and lawyers have the Law Society to represent their interests.
Only through continuing growth in membership can the USU ensure improvement in wages and conditions for our members as well as protecting those conditions for which we have fought long and hard.
Join Up A Mate
Why don’t you discuss with your workmates the benefits of Union membership? The combination of the many forms of assistance the Union can provide to members, together with the savings the Union can offer, makes membership not only practical but a requirement for the long-term benefit of all Australians.
The choice is yours.
Don’t forget too, that your contributions are tax deductible.
* Union services are subject to Terms and Conditions