Country Hospital Workers Win Secure Hours

Anje has worked at the Kapunda and Eudunda Hospitals for nearly seven years. She and her co-workers clean, deliver meals, and provide a range of services at the regional hospital... Read more

Home Care workers speak out at Royal Comission

The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety commenced in Adelaide this February. United Voice is working to ensure that members’ voices are heard at every opportunity. The current... Read more

Barossa Bottling Services

12 months ago, there was no union presence at Barossa Bottling Services. Now the majority of workers on site are United Voice members. Tasha Linke volunteered to become the site’s... Read more

Sign the Petition to Keep Disability SA

The State Liberal Government’s recent announcement to privatise disability services in supported community accommodation would have disastrous consequences for South Australians living with disabilities, their families, and employees. Read more

Spotless vote up agreement of 98.3% Yes Vote!

United Voice members at Spotless sites across Adelaide have recently won a new Enterprise Agreement, after three long years of bargaining negotiations. Read more

Allity members win new agreement!

United Voice members at Allity Aged Care have recently won a new Enterprise Agreement. Members commenced negotiations with Allity in July last year, after several months of surveying members and... Read more

SA Pathology couriers win full time job!

Two United Voice members working at SA Pathology as couriers have recently won full time jobs. In the last United Voice-negotiated Enterprise Agreement, part time workers won the right to... Read more

Hospital workers win permanent jobs

United Voice members Kerry, Pauline, Tammy and Lorri worked as casuals in the kitchens of the Lyell McEwin Hospital for SA Health. Read more

members win back unpaid overtime

Rita* (name changed due to confidentiality) works in the security industry. After being in the same job for a couple of years, she found she was often asked to stay... Read more