South Australia Branch

South Australia Branch MUA

The South Australian Branch is committed to ensuring all members are supported and participate in decisions that govern their respective working lives.

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Published: 23 Mar 2020

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During this current COVID-19 health crisis we have brought together the following information for members.
What is Coronavirus
Workplace Health and Safety Obligations
The Maritime Union of Australia has made the following demands on governments and employers during this global health crisis.



Published: 25 Jun 2020

Branch Office Coordinator
Full-time position
Location : Port Adelaide
An opportunity is available to join the South Australian Branch, based in Port Adelaide, in a full-time role that provides administrative, customer service and organising support for the benefit of the membership of The Maritime Union of Australia.
Working within a small team and reporting to the Branch Secretary, the role is interesting and varied with a broad range of responsibilities including, but not limited to :



Published: 15 Jun 2020

The latest edition of the Maritime Workers Journal is out now. Read it here 
https://issuu.com/maritimeunionau1/docs/mjw_winter2020_main_issuu



Published: 19 May 2020

JobKeeper is a wage subsidy program available to assist employers to keep their employees on during the COVID-19 outbreak.
A number of employers in the Maritime Industry are eligible for the Job Keeper scheme. The Union encourages you to sign-up if the company provides the relevant forms. The Union will work with respective employers on how the Job Keeper payments will be applied.



Published: 29 Apr 2020

Unfortunately, but not surprisingly, the May Day SA Collective has cancelled both the May Day 2020 Dinner and the May Day 2020 March due to the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.

While we cannot celebrate May Day this year with the usual rallying and revelry, the SA May Day Collective are inviting everyone to join in on Facebook for some online celebrations:

https://www.facebook.com/events/537389796796119/



Published: 29 Apr 2020

In the midst of this pandemic, employers have conveniently used COVID-19 as a mechanism to suspend and stall enterprise bargaining, not communicate with the Union or use COVID-19 as a measure to try and reduce terms and conditions or offer negative pay increases. Despite in some instances companies benefiting from the pandemic or not being impacted.
To that end the SA Branch continues to agitate for respective companies to come back to the bargaining table and continue negotiations.



Published: 29 Apr 2020

The Morrison government has heard the Australian union movement’s call to ensure that all workers are covered by a wage subsidy program during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Federal Government finally introduced the $130 billion JobKeeper scheme to assist employers to keep their employees on during the COVID-19 outbreak.
A number of employers in the Maritime Industry are eligible for the Job Keeper scheme. The Union encourages you to sign-up if the company provides the relevant forms. The Union will work with respective employers on how the Job Keeper payments will be applied.



Published: 29 Apr 2020

Since the COVID 19 pandemic the MUA National Executive, which includes Branch Secretary Jamie Newlyn, has been meeting weekly to keep a watching brief, ready for an agile and adaptive response where required.



Published: 17 Mar 2020

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We are demanding that the Morrison Government guarantee two weeks paid special leave for all workers.
Working people need to know they don’t have to make the decision between going to work sick, or self-isolating and not being able to pay their bills.
Stopping the spread of coronavirus is vital, but Scott Morrison’s response so far has been dangerously inadequate.
The government must ensure that all workers have paid special leave - if you’re sick and don’t have sick leave entitlements or if you’re forced to self-quarantine.

Why is this important?



Published: 27 Feb 2020

Qube EBA -  Part A report backs  - Whyalla & Port Lincoln
 



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