HACSU was formed over 100 years ago as the union for workers in the historic mental asylums.
Today HACSU proudly represents the disability support workers and administrative workers who make a difference to lives of people living with a disability every day. HACSU members work across, public, private and not for profit services, and come from a number of different occupations. If you would like to become a member please go to our Join Online Page or if you want to see the benefits of becoming a member .
The disability services industry requires highly skilled and professional support workers in order to provide the best quality supports for people living with disabilities. HACSU believes that proper remuneration and conditions for workers will attract and retain these workers.
HACSU not only fights for workers, but the disability sector as a whole. HACSU has been a voice for quality service delivery since the beginning, campaigning for increased funding, resources and services for the Victorian Disability Sector.
To read more about the benefits of joining HACSU click here .
Your HACSU representatives have been hard at work to ensure that once the new providers are announced you will be informed early and that all elements of the new EBA and the 8-year Settlement Agreement are delivered in full. Read on for more information about the transfer of services.