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Currently we have 90,000 members throughout Australia in the transport industry. These women and men work in aviation, oil, waste management, gas, road transport, passenger vehicles and freight logistics. We represent employees of companies including Toll, Linfox, TNT, Bunkers, CEVA, Booths, Asciano, K & S, Startrack, Qantas, Jetstar, Virgin Blue and many, many more. Contact your state branch to become a member of TWU.
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The community for transport workers, their families and communities across Australia.
TWU Members at StarTrack and AusPost are standing together to fight for a safe and fair workplace agreement. Negotiations with management are underway and the Parcel Worker Member-Led negotiating are making sure TWU member's voices are heard!
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On 30 March 2014 hundreds of TWU members and supporters were joined in Tempe, NSW by ALP Deputy Leader Tanya Pliverseck and Queensland's Bob Katter to rally in support of safe, secure work for Australian aviation workers.
One year after the Rana Plaza collapse that resulted in 1,100 factory deaths, the Transport Workers’ Union (TWU) has notified the National Human Rights Commission of Bangladesh of suspected human rights abuses by Australian retailer Coles.
Balanced superannuation funds are on track for another year of double-digit returns in 2013-14 as global sharemarkets continue to rise.
From Bangladesh to Brisbane, it’s our communities that pay the cost of Coles insatiable drive to squeeze out more from suppliers for less. We know that Coles has the power and means to stop squeezing safety out of its supply chain - but the company refuses. Take action today and tell Coles to stop squeezing safety in their supply chain!
Australian expect employers to find local workers before they advertise overseas. But Immigration Minister Scott Morrison thinks that advertising on Facebook and Twitter is all Australian employers need to do to look local first. Tell Mr Morrison to support Aussie workers by signing the petition today.