Union delegate elections for Crown Law

Posted December 8, 2011 by Alex Scott

Delegates are the lifeblood of any union. Union delegates have the key role of representing the collective and individual hopes, aspirations and needs of their work colleagues. They are critical to the improvement of pay, employment conditions and workers health and safety.

In Crown Law, our union delegates are the face of our union in the workplace. They share information with members about union issues and represent the interests of union members to management through our Local Consultative Committee.

We need more people who are prepared to take on this important role on behalf of the union members in Crown Law. To be a delegate, you don't need to know all the answers - to be an effective workplace delegate you essentially need to be committed to helping your fellow workers. The rest comes with experience, training and assistance from other delegates and officials in our union. More information about the role, rights and responsibilities of Together union delegates is available on our website here.

You can nominate to be a delegate by filling in the enclosed nomination form and returning it to our union office, by fax to 3017 6241 or email to justice@together.org.au. With the festive season just around the corner, the nomination period will be open until 13 January 2011.


Delegate nomination form


Authorised Alex Scott, Secretary, Together.
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