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Australasian Meat Industry
Employees Union

237 Wellington St
Launceston  Tas  7250

Ph:    6331 7233
Fax:   6331 8633

Email:
 amieutas@bigpond.com

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SECRETARY'S REPORT

 

HOWARD AND WORK CHOICES GONE, THANKS TO the SOLIDARITY OF AUSSIE WORKING FAMILIES.

 

The Tasmanian branch of the AMIEU thanks its members and their families for being a part of a 3 year plan to axe Howard and his cronies who introduced the most extreme anti worker industrial laws this country has ever seen since 1905. Workers who played a key role in helping get rid of work choices were honoured by a formal vote of appreciation at December's meeting of the ACTU EXECUTIVE. Campaign community coordinators for Bass CINDY O'CONNOR and Braddon's JILL BATT were the principal architects of their electorates.  Their tireless enthusiasm to generate regional committee activists over the last 2 years needs to be recognised.  Our State Executive appreciates their commitment to our well earned victory. We now have a clear mandate for the ripping up of Work choices and our new DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER Julia Gillard is in the process of drafting a much fairer system for workers and business.

 

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Help the Union movement grow and support our union campaign.

 

Take vital action to help protect your rights at work.

 

Find out how the radical new industrial laws will affect your family

 

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Protect your Rights at Work


Join a UNION to protect your RIGHTS AT WORK

6 Good reasons to become a union member

 

        Unions stand for decent rights and fairness in the workplace

        Union members and workplaces enjoy better pay, employment conditions and rights at work.  On average union members earn $125 more a week than workers who are not in unions.

        Union membership is the best way to make sure that your workplace is safe, that you receive your full entitlements and that you have advice and support when you need it.

        A great advantage of union membership is the support and benefits that come from acting collectively with your co-workers.

        The more people who join together in a union, the greater the bargaining power.  We are all much stronger when we work together.

        Union members get access to special discounts and services that add real value to your membership by saving your money.

 

One to One
Delegates Conference December 2006

BUT YOU SAID

 Tasmanian Secretary Grant Courtney


Click here for the secretary's report in the Summer Edition of the Meat Worker

 TAX TIME

When filling in your taxation return:

 

Don't forget to claim your union deductions when filling in your tax return for the financial year 2007-2008.  If you need clarification for the Australian Taxation Office please ring the union office and we will send out confirmation to you.

If you have access to the internet, the Australian Taxation Office has a website to help answer any queries you may have.  The ATO's website address is www.ato.gov.au

 

 Christmas Break

 

The Office of the AMIEU Tasmanian Branch will be closed from Monday 22 December 2008 until Monday 5 January 2009.

If you have an urgent problem please ring Grant's mobile on 0417 118 945 and leave a message.

 

 AMIEU Super Fund


 

NEWS FLASH - INTEREST RATE

 

12.5% Return for the year ended 30 June 2007

 

For further information you can contact the Fund office on 1800 252 099 or by email fundadmin@miesf.com.au.

 

MIESF is the Fund of choice for workers in the meat industry.

 

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