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Auto Tech Wins

Skilled. Respected. Professional.

We're proud of the work we do with auto technicians to get a better deal.

By working closely with members, we can achieve better outcomes at work, and help to resolve any problems calmly and fairly.

You deserve a better deal. We know many auto techs are frustrated about their conditions.

Join today and start getting the respect that you deserve. 

Recent wins

AUTO TECH WIN:

At Burson Automotive in Victoria, members worked with the organisation for a new workplace agreement that delivered a 10% payrise over three years. By being in the AMWU, Burson auto techs receive more than $8 a hour higher wages than their colleagues in other companies on the standard award.

AUTO TECH WIN:

At Prixcar Services in Victoria - which is a fleet management business - workers received a 10.5% pay rise by joining the AMWU and negotiating calmly and fairly with the employer. 

The Auto Techs felt they deserved more respect and better conditions at work - together we achieved this. 

Their annual salary is now 125% of the standard auto tech R6 wage

AUTO TECH WIN:

At K-Mart Tyre and Auto, auto techs decided to join and work together across a range of sites in NSW, Victoria and South Australia. By working together with the AMWU, they achieved a 10.5% pay raise - $95 dollars a week higher than they were making before.

AUTO TECH WIN:

In NSW, auto technicians working for the NRMA Road Patrol decided they deserved more respect for their skills and work conditions. Working together and with the auto techs' organisation they achieved a 12% pay rise.

They've increased their wages by more than $9 an hour. 

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