How do I sign up with my union?

United Workers Union (UWU) is the union for workers in the aged care and disability sectors across a variety of roles. [Source: Shutterstock]

Are you someone employed by a care provider? Are you part of your union? 

No one likes to think about the prospects of having to deal with an adverse situation at work, whether it is with someone within the workplace, a client or the workplace itself. 

If you are having trouble at work or feel like you aren’t being listened to, your union may be able to provide helpful advice and action on your behalf.

Here’s how you can get in contact and sign up with the United Workers Union (UWU):


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