TWU

  • Media Release

    iPerks to Pollies Fail To Obscure Disastrous Decision Making of Qantas Management

    August 30

    The revelations that Qantas have lavished politicians and their families with free upgrades and “iPerks”, should surprise no one as senior management use company money to influence decision makers and obscure their failings which are driving the airline into the ground. That’s according to Tony Sheldon, National Secretary of the Transport Workers Union (TWU).

  • News

    Bread deliverers protest over changes to contracts by Tip Top

    August 28

    For the second time in recent weeks, the owner of Tip Top Bakeries has sparked angry protests among Canberra small business operators.

  • News

    Hell on wheels for bus drivers

    August 26

    Out-of-control school students are causing widespread mayhem on the state’s buses and foul-mouth parents are abusing drivers who dare complain.

  • Video

    Sky News: TWU Press Conference - Senior Managment Must Go As Qantas Posts First Loss in 17 Years

    August 23

    A $245 million loss posted by Qantas today (23.8.12) is clear proof of the catastrophic failure of the Qantas board. This unprecedented loss has shown that Alan Joyce, Leigh Clifford and senior management are driving Qantas into the ground. The sooner they go the better for Qantas, for the 35,000 staff, for shareholders and for the Australian travelling public.

  • Media Release

    Senior Management Must Go As Qantas Posts First Loss in 17 Years

    August 23

    The enormous loss posted by Qantas today is clear proof of the catastrophic failure of the Qantas board, led by Alan Joyce and Leigh Clifford, who have proven themselves to be clueless at everything except for lining there own pockets with 82% wage increases and $2 million dollar bonuses. That’s according to Tony Sheldon, National Secretary of the Transport Workers’ Union.

  • News

    Qantas suffers loss and questions of competence

    August 23

    Qantas today posted its first annual loss since it was fully privatised prompting questions about the company's management and accounting.