Unite is dedicated to serving the best interests of its members, protecting workers rights and equality and diversity in the workplace by negotiating with employers and government.

As a primarily industry-based union, our structure means we can effectively represent your interests and welfare rights in the workplace, no matter where you work or what sector you're from. We work to enforce work adequate health and safety at work and ensure equal pay for all, and even if you're not employed, you'll be welcomed into the family through Unite's Community membership.

Members of Unite are entitled to a large range of legal and member services, such as help with personal injury claims, employment rights matters, wills, conveyancing and many other issues, both inside and outside the workplace. You never know when you might need advice with a problem at work, your finances, or at home, so it’s good to know Unite is here to help.

If you know who your local branch rep is, contact them in the first instance. Or you can contact your Unite regional office for more information.

Unite also has a wide network of district offices, one of which may be closer to where you live.