CREW VOTE YES!
Our TWU team said this agreement was worth voting for.
Crew agreed – 90% voted YES to our new EBA!
Winning a new agreement that delivers on the issues we said matter was only possible because we stood together as a part of the TWU.
Find out more details about what's included in our new agreement.
But this new, much better EBA is just the beginning.
We know we must keep the pressure on VA management – holding them accountable in every EBA, at every port.
That’s why we need to keep sticking together – and if you’re not a TWU member yet, we’ll ask you to join us. Because together we’re stronger and we can’t do it without you.
If you're not yet a TWU member you can join online here www.twuqld.asn.au/join
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Voting has opened on the 2015 VAA Cabin Crew EBA proposal.
Our TWU team have said it's an EBA worth voting for - so it's a YES from us.
Voting closes at 23:59EST on Wednesday 16 September. Make sure you have your say.
Sydney Morning Herald, by Jamie Freed, 18 September 2015
Virgin Australia's short-haul cabin crew will receive generous annual pay rises ranging from 4 per cent to nearly 10 per cent over a four-year period, after voting in favour of an enterprise bargaining agreement the Transport Workers' Union says will make the airline better and more sustainable.
TWU MEDIA RELEASE, 18 September 2015
The Transport Workers’ Union has said a new deal approved by over 90% of Virgin Australia cabin crew will vastly improve conditions for staff while ensuring their vital role in the airline is recognised.
So the draft is out!
The new EBA document contains a lot of the big changes that crew wanted – and that you helped pressure management to deliver.
Our TWU team are confident it’s an EBA worth voting for – so it's gonna be a “Yes” us!
In the TWU What Crew Want survey you made it clear what matters for the EBA and beyond.
It’s time to help pressure VA management to agree to TWU claims for a better EBA.