Here's how HACSU is governed
HACSU Tasmania is overseen by a Committee of Management, who are HACSU Members elected by the union membership every four years.
The HACSU Committee of Management is the body responsible overall for the management and control of the affairs of the union. The roles and function of the management committee are determined by the rules of the union.
All members of the management committee are elected by the HACSU membership every four years. It consists of seven union officers and eight ordinary members of the Branch Committee.
The seven officers of the union on the management committee are the President, Secretary, Assistant Secretary, Senior Vice-President, Junior Vice-President and two Trustees.
The Committee of Management meets at least five times a year.
From time to time it establishes sub-committees around specific projects or issues.
HACSU members on the Executive Committee of the management committee meet every month to examine in detail the financial accounts of the union and to scrutinise every item of expenditure made during the month to ensure members’ funds are spent in members’ best interests. The Executive Committee consists of members like you, who work in the industry and who are committed to ensuring HACSU remains a well-run and accountable union.
The overall management committee also scrutinises, reviews and approves expenditure.
4 Oct 2022: HACSU members can view the HSU post-election report E2022/34 here