Bargaining is underway at Australian Unity: Have your say today!

Bargaining for a new Enterprise Agreement is underway at Australian Unity. This means that we can have a say in the things that affect us at work, like our rates of pay and our working conditions. Have your say here on the top priorities for negotiation.


What is an Enterprise Agreement and what is bargaining?

Your enterprise agreement sets your pay and conditions at work. It governs all your entitlements like access to leave, your rostering arrangements, when Australian Unity must consult with you, and of course your pay increase!


Your HSU bargaining team is made up of HSU Delegates at who work at Australian Unity and is supported by the union’s Industrial Officers. If you’re an HSU member, you’ll be represented by the HSU bargaining team. If you’re not an HSU member yet, join now to support our campaign for better pay and conditions at Australian Unity.


Our Log of Claims at Australian Unity

All HSU members at Australian Unity are encouraged to have a say on the top priorities for the new enterprise agreement. Have your say now by taking this short survey.


HSU delegates from across NSW, ACT and QLD have also set key priorities for the Aged Care sector, at our annual conference this year. These priorities focus on:

  1. Fair Pay At Work
  2. A More Democratic Workplace
  3. A Safer Workplace
  4. Supporting Career Development


You can view our sector priorities here.


Together, these will form our Log of Claims for the new enterprise agreement at Australian Unity.


Next Steps

Make sure you and your colleagues have a say on your priorities for the new enterprise agreement here.


HSU members will be updated as the negotiation progresses. If your colleagues are not yet HSU members, encourage them to join today at and have their say in the union log of claims.


If you have any questions, please contact your HSU workplace delegate or call 1300 478 679. Together we can campaign for a strong enterprise agreement for all Australian Unity members.