AUWU Leaflets in Location!

Around this great nation of ours, a remarkable phenomenon is unfolding.

Leaflets that expose the plight of the unemployed and underemployed, the dysfunctions of the $6.8 billion per year “employment services” industry, and the work of the AUWU, are popping up like mushrooms.

For your enlightenment and enjoyment we have posted our favourite sightings here. (Click photo for larger version.)

Feel free to share your own photos by emailing them to leaflets@unemployedworkersunion.com


Leaflets in location at the single room Service Tasmania has designated for Centrelink and Medicare in lovely New Norfolk

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Fantastic contributions from hardworking members in Lilydale!

AUWU leaflet on window of Echo Australia offices AUWU leaflet on door of Echo Australia offices AUWU leaflet on door of Sarina Russo offices AUWU leaflet in window of Sarina Russo offices AUWU leaflet on window of Employment Services Group offices

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AUWU leaflet on door of Employment Services Group


Too funny! Daring members from the Gippsland branch have been out making a statement around Sale in Victoria. Can anyone top this?

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Not so proud, eh?

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AUWU leaflet Max Employment


On the noticeboard of a Townsville Centrelink.

AUWU leaflet spotted in Centrelink, Townsville


Sighted in Tully, a town about 150k south of Cairns, Qld.

AUWU leaflet spotted in Tully


Poster advertising AUWU Public Forum on 27 November 2016, on shopfront at entrance to Oakleigh Market in Melbourne. The retail district of the suburb of Oakleigh features a Max Employment right across the road from the police station, and a WISE Employment within the shopping mall, in addition to cafes full of delicious Greek pastries!

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Sighted in the beautiful Huon Valley area of Tasmania.

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Recent addition to the General Post Office noticeboard in the suburbs of Adelaide…

6 comments

    1. Then take them literally at their word. They say “all you have to do is turn up to appointments”? Then do just that! Sign nothing, say nothing (other than parroting “All I have to do is turn up to appointments.” whenever you are “asked” to do something), more importantly DO nothing! They have NO answer for someone whom turns up (and appears on their cameras) and does not respond at all to their attempts to achieve profitable outcomes.

      1. Plus, they cannot PR you for it either – there is no descriptor within the perview of their deed documents that allows them to do so.

        1. Interesting! Do you have any data comparing the 14.7% underemployment rate to other times during and before the recession? I am always wary of “snapshot” statistics without a good comparison.To make another comparison, many European countries would explode in celebration for either our unemployment or underemployment rates!

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