TWU

  • News

    Unions vow to get tough in battle to protect jobs

    September 15

    AUSTRALIA'S most influential transport unions have pledged to use their alliances with overseas worker organisations to hamper plans to send jobs offshore and to limit job losses.

    By: Clay Lucas, Sydney Morning Herald

  • Media Release

    Chaos Averted At Adelaide Airport

    September 14

    This week has seen significant developments in settling the ongoing wage dispute between the TWU Aviation Screeners and ISS. This involved the dispute negotiations being elevated to the involvement of the TWU Branch Secretary Ray Wyatt and ISS National General Manager Greg Gately.

  • News

    Screeners Threaten Strike at Adelaide Airport

    September 11

    Passengers at Adelaide Airport could be facing disruptions from next week if security screeners follow through on their threat to strike.

  • Media Release

    TWU SA/NT Branch Office Media Release: Adelaide Airport Aviation Screeners Ballot Results 101 voted - 100% for Taking Protected Action

    September 10

    Aviation Screeners at Adelaide Airport have balloted for the right to take protected industrial action because ISS Security Services Pty Ltd (ISS) have refused to negotiate a fair and decent agreement in line with award rates and pay rates across Australian airports. This overwhelming endorsement of industrial action sends a clear signal to management that the ISS workforce is united in their determination to achieve the rates of pay and the conditions which they deserve, according to Transport Workers’ Union (TWU) South Australia and Northern Territory Branch Secretary Ray Wyatt.

  • News

    WA Court Guards Say Strike Could Continue

    September 10

    Striking security guards at Perth courts have warned industrial action will continue if they can't reach an acceptable employment agreement with G4S.

  • News

    Alan Joyce the wrong man for Qantas's top job, says John Singleton

    September 07

    Advertising man John Singleton rained on Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce's parade yesterday, claiming there was a "crisis of management" at the national carrier on the day it unveiled a major alliance with Middle Eastern powerhouse Emirates Airlines.