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Rules, Policies and Elections

Rules

The AMWU and its members are governed by Rules registered with the Fair Work Commission, which are available here: PDF Version.

The most recent changes incorporate the following Rule changes:

Insertion of a new Schedule A to deal with the impact of COVID on the October 2021 National Conference and Union Elections.  A copy of the correspondence can be found here

A Special National Conference held on 23 June, 2021, endorsed the following changes to the AMWU Rules:

  • Changes to Rule 5C to provide an effective means for the National Steering Committee to vote on matters which need to be dealt with quickly when it is not in session
  • Changes to Rule 5B relating the composition of National Council
  • Deletion of various Transitional Rules which no longer have any meaning or impact

Further information is available to members on request by calling 1300 732 698 or email to [email protected].

Governance statement

The AMWU is a member based organisation and we work hard to make sure that your funds are managed carefully and effectively in your interest.

In addition to matters noted in our annual return, financial statements and rules, the AMWU has a number of policies, procedures and structures to ensure that your membership dues are accounted for in an open and transparent manner. These policies include:

-        Procurement

-        Gift & Hospitality

-        Conflict of Interest

-        Cabcharge

-        Credit Card

-        Petty Cash

If you have any queries regarding governance at the AMWU, please email [email protected] or call your local branch.

Union Financial Accounts 2020

The AMWU is proud to be an open and transparent union. In accordance with our rules, we publicly issue a statement of our financial accounts each year. This statement is for the year ending 30 September 2019, and has been independently audited. 

You can read / download our full financial reports here:

National Financial

National Political Fund Report

Victoria Financial Report

Queensland Financial Report

South Australia Financial Report

Western Australia Financial Report

Tasmania Financial Report

New South Wales Financial Report

Union Elections

State Conference Elections - E2020/184

State Election Notice Nomination Form Declaration Post Election Report
Victoria Branch Election Notice Nomination Form Declaration

 

Tasmania Branch Election Notice Nomination Form Declaration

 

Western Australia Branch Election Notice Nomination Form Declaration

 

New South Wales Branch Election Notice Nomination Form  

 

Queensland / Northern Territory Branch Election Notice Nomination Form Declaration

 

South Australia Branch Election Notice Nomination Form  

 

The AMWU is required to have elections conducted in accordance with the provisions of the Union’s Rules and the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009.  Following is a table with the current elections and appropriate documentation.

If you require further information, please email [email protected]

Election No. Positions ROC Decision Election Notice Nomination Form Declaration Post Election Report
E2020/17 & E2020/169  Various Casual Vacancies

Decision

 

    Declaration

Post Election Report E2020/17

Post Election Report E2020/169

E2020/17 & E2020/169 Stage 2 Various Casual Vacancies   Election Notice Nomination Form

Declaration - E2020/169 TAS

Declaration - E2020/17 - SA & WA

Declaration - E2020/17 - WA

Post Election Report E2020/17

Post Election Report E2020/169

 

E2021/36 Retired Members' Division   Election notice Nomination form

Declaration

Declaration

 

Post Election Report E2021/36

E2021/124

Retired Members' Division

Decision Election Notice Nomination Form Declaration

Posted Election Report


AMWU Privacy Policy

The Union has a privacy policy for the way that we handle the personal information of members.

You can read it here:  AMWU Privacy Policy

Workplace Gender Equality Report 

The AMWU reports to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, on gender equality in the workplace, specifically equal remuneration between women and men and the family and caring responsibilities of women and men are central to achieving gender equality. We have now lodged our report with the Agency for this year.

The AMWU takes this responsibility very seriously and are striving to not only achieve this in our workplace, but in the workplaces of the members that we represent.

The report can be found here: WGEA Compliance Report 2020-21

Disclosures

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New South Wales/ACT

Queensland/NT

South Australia

Tasmania

Victoria

Western Australia

 

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