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Have your say about the future of Aussie Aviation


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While aviation industry employers demand Government assistance to run their businesses, the wage level and working conditions of those who keep the industry flying are being ignored.

By working together, Australian aviation workers can ensure that the Australian avation industry remains strong, safe and secure.


  • AIRLINE INDUSTRY PROFITS WHILE DESTRUCTION OF JOBS CONTINUES, TWU WARNS

    October 27


    TWU MEDIA RELEASE, 27 October 2017
     
    Ahead of confirmation at today’s Qantas agm of massive profits, the Transport Workers’ Union is warning that aviation workers continue to struggle on low rates, forced part-time work and casualisation.

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  • GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCEMENT ON AIRPORT SECURITY IS PIECEMEAL, SAYS TRANSPORT WORKERS’ UNION

    October 23


    TWU MEDIA RELEASE, 22 October 2017
     
    New measures for ground-handling staff at airports will not go far enough in strengthening security, says the Transport Workers’ Union.

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  • CONTROVERSIAL AVIATION COMPANY BACKTRACKS ON CASE TO HALT TWU CHALLENGE AFTER BEING CAUGHT LYING

    October 19


    TWU MEDIA RELEASE, 19 October 2017
     
    An aviation company at the centre of a scandal over staff forced to sleep at airports has backtracked on a case to stop the TWU challenging its substandard 2012 enterprise agreement after being caught lying.

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  • TWU CALLS OUT AIRLINES & AIRPORTS OVER ATTEMPT TO ENFORCE POVERTY CONDITIONS AND STOP UNION CHALLENGE

    October 19


    TWU MEDIA RELEASE, 19 October 2017
     
    An aviation company at the centre of a scandal over staff forced to sleep at airports will today try to enforce a system of split shifts and low rates and separately try to stop the Transport Workers’ Union from challenging it.

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  • FAIR WORK COMMISSION SLAMS QANTAS OVER ‘LUDICROUS’ RIP OFF OF WORKERS WHO AID ELDERLY & DISABLED

    October 17


    TWU MEDIA RELEASE, 17 October 2017

     

    The Fair Work Commission has slammed as “ludicrous” the defence by Qantas of paying less money to employees who help transfer elderly and disabled passengers around airports.

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