As a member of the United Services Union you are entitled to many benefits. Some of them are listed here. For further inquiries please contact the USU Support Team on 1300 136 604.
Our industrial and legal staff are based in the Union’s Sydney, Newcastle and Wollongong offices. The Union may provide referrals on legal matters to reputable law firms that have a sound history in supporting workers rights. READ MORE.
Where to Enjoy
As a valued member of the USU NSW, it is our pleasure to provide you with our fantastic member benefits program in partnership with Where To Enjoy® member benefits and rewards. This brand new website is responsive and is optimised to view on your computer, tablet or phone. READ MORE.
Journey to Work Insurance
Your USU has ensured that financial members of the United Services Union are now covered for journey protection insurance* which means you continue to receive income if you are incapacitated as a result of an accident experienced when travelling to and from work. READ MORE.
United Services Union members now have the option of holidaying at the USU’s RiversideResort @ Port Macquarie, or heading south to Jervis Bay at the Rail Tram and Bus Union Holiday Park. USU and RBTU members can now stay at either holiday location at discounted member rates. READ MORE.
USU Picnic Day
The United Services Union has always celebrated Union Picnic Day. Union Picnic Day is celebrated for the right reasons – giving employees with a common interest and goal the opportunity to gather together socially to promote a spirit of unity. READ MORE.
Phil Smyth Scholarships
The Union supports members and their families through the Phil Smyth Memorial Scholarship program. Scholarships are awarded in four categories. The 1997 Annual Conference resolved to allocate funds to honour the contribution to the MEU, and in particular the education and training of Union members, by our esteemed colleague and friend the late Phil Smyth. READ MORE.
The Union provides a Mortality Benefit payment to the immediate next of kin of a deceased member. The death of a member can be an extremely difficult time for families, emotionally and financially. The Union, through its Mortality Benefit programme, endeavours to make benefit payments as soon as possible to approved applicants. READ MORE.