Queensland Together Branch of the ASU
Here you will find annual financial statements and other corporate information.
Annual audited financial statements
Officer and Related Party Disclosure Statement/s
The ASU rules include rules that cover all branches of the ASU. In addition, the Queensland Together Branch Rules can be found under Division Two A of the ASU rules.
General meeting notices
The declarations by the Australian Electoral Commission for the elections to fill vacancies on your union’s elected structures can be found here.
Casual vacancies 2018 declaration 3
Casual vacancies 2018 declaration 2
Casual vacancies 2018 declaration 1
Casual vacancies 2017 declaration 3
Casual vacancies 2017 declaration 2
Casual vacancies 2017 declaration 1
Casual vacancies (collegiate) 2017 declaration 2
Casual vacancies (collegiate) 2017 declaration 1
Casual vacancies 2016 declaration 2
Casual vacancies 2016 declaration 1
Casual vacancies collegiate 2016 declaration
Post-election reports and the Branch's response can be found here.
Branch response to post-election report E2018/92
Post election report E2018/92
Branch response to post-election report E2017/153
Post election Report E2017/153
Branch response to the post-election reports E2014/279 and E2017/37
Post-election Report E2017/37
Post-election Report E2014/279
ASU National office
Together is a Branch of the Australian Services Union. Information relating to governance of the National ASU and public notices that are available can be found here.
In 2001, our union introduced a bursary scheme available to dependents of Together members who are entering years 11 and 12 or equivalent.
The bursary is used to finance the costs of education for these students.
The Patricia Cousar Memorial Bursary is a small reflection of the principle that our union believes that membership does not only entitle workers to protection at work. All members who have eligible student dependents are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity.