Terms & Conditions


I understand that I am applying for membership of the Australian Services Union (ASU) and the relevant state registered union, hereby referred to as the Union. I authorise the Union to act on my behalf in respect of any negotiations, discussions or proceedings whatsoever relating to the terms and conditions of my employment or proposed employment; and to be given access to all documentation relating to my employment or proposed employment, including any type of employment contract, workplace agreement, enterprise agreement or other industrial instrument. This authority remains in force until I revoke it in writing. When I no longer need or want to be a member of The Services Union, as per Queensland and Australian law, I will resign in writing providing two weeks’ notice of my resignation. I am required to pay membership fees until that date.


I understand that the information I provide will be used in accordance with the Union's Privacy Statement.   

Membership fees

I understand that ASU membership fees are altered from time to time and I will be notified of any such changes before they take effect in accordance with ASU rules.

Please click here for the 2023-24 membership Fees


Union Rules

I agree to abide by the rules of the ASU  and the relevant state registered union as amended from time to time.

Pre-existing issues or problems at your workplace

I understand that the Union may wish to discuss with me a pre-existing issue or concern, or may choose not to assist me with my pre-existing issues or problems.


I understand that my ASU Branch will correspond with me by mail and email at my preferred address, and via SMS with union news or other union matters. If I wish to opt out of receiving information about special offers for union members, I will contact my Branch after membership has been confirmed.

Direct Debit Authority

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