The AMOU is proud to bring to you an outstanding range of benefits.
Being a member of the AMOU, you are a part of the combined strength that is committed to improving and maintaining your work and family balance. In addition to the superannuation, long service leave and redundancy benefits which the AMOU has fought hard for over the years, we offer:
Representation before Fair Work Australia and other employment-related tribunals
Bargaining representation in enterprise agreements
Advocacy on professional matters
Assistance with training
Job alert and advice on career development
Immediate support, advice and legal representation in the event of a marine incident, accident or emergency
Advice and representation on individual employment contract matters
Representation for members involved in Grievance or Dispute Resolution procedures
Termination of employment and unfair dismissal matters
Membership on workplace consultative committees
Access to cost-effective legal liability insurance
Support and general advice on superannuation matters
Advice and support on work-related personal injury matters including workers compensation and seafarers injury compensation
Australian Unions Member Benefits
Australian Unions Member Benefits are provided to every AMOU member through the ACTU. As an AMOU member, you can take advantage of the collective buying power of more than 1.8 million union members to get big discounts from a great range of companies.
Save money with member benefits on:
Low-cost banking and loans
Great savings on gift cards, movies, tyres, wine and more.
The AMOU has partnered with Hall Payne to include exclusive offers to our members of a free basic will, free consult and discount rates. Please feel free to contact Hall Payne to see how they can help you to secure your legacy when you die.
Hunterlink has also come on board with unlimited counselling sessions to our members and their families who may be in need of some extra help. They are a not for profit organisation that provide 24/7 support with the understanding that mental health is a human right that should be available to all.