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I think the question should be this:  Why should somebody not join the SDA? That list would be short.  


Free advice, assistance when required, negotiators improving my working conditions, discount vouchers and competitions - why wouldnt you be a member??  


When people join together and be part of the union we are helping each other have support and rules for work, I dont want to be the one standing alone!  


The SDA organisers are always there to help, If I have a question no matter how important or unimportant I think its is, I just call them and they help me...It's that simple!  


SDA - The union for workers in retail, fast food and warehousing 

 

The SDA is a Union with over 200,000 members in retail, fast food and warehousing.  Our size gives us the resources to protect and advance the working conditions in the retail, fast food and distribution industries.

Our Union Organisers and Industrial Teams are experienced and effective and there to make sure you are paid correctly, protected from unfair treatment and properly advised on issues such as OHS and workers’ compensation.  In addition, we are experienced in dealing with the particular issues, such as rostering problems and bullying, which are often associated with retail and fast food work.

Of course, our help is only available to members of the SDA, so if you are working in retail, fast food or warehousing, join your Union today by clicking here.

 
 

Peter O'Keeffe

Secretary


Ben Harris

Assistant Secretary

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Testimonials

I think the question should be this:  Why should somebody not join the SDA? That list would be short.  


Free advice, assistance when required, negotiators improving my working conditions, discount vouchers and competitions - why wouldnt you be a member??  


When people join together and be part of the union we are helping each other have support and rules for work, I dont want to be the one standing alone!  


The SDA organisers are always there to help, If I have a question no matter how important or unimportant I think its is, I just call them and they help me...It's that simple!