TWU

  • Video

    TWU to comment on the ongoing Qantas arbitration at FWA

    March 26

    Sky Business News, March 26, 2012

  • Media Release

    Fair Work Australia Will Decide On Outsourcing Agenda For All Australian Workers

    March 26

    As Fair Work Australia hears the first day of full testimony it must decide whether the agenda by militant management to outsource and undercut Qantas is allowed to trump the rights of workers to enjoy fair job security and decent pay and conditions. That’s according to Tony Sheldon, National Secretary of the Transport Workers Union.

  • News

    Tribunal begins hearing Qantas labour dispute

    March 23

    Qantas Airways’ right to increasingly rely on lower-paid ground workers is likely to be the central issue for Fair Work Australia in its arbitration of a dispute between the Transport Workers Union and the airline.

  • Media Release

    Statement by Tony Sheldon on Qantas Arbitration

    March 22

    The arbitration hearing before Fair Work Australia between the Transport Workers Union (TWU) and Qantas is a test case on the future of Australian employment; will we have secure Australian jobs and safety conditions or can future generations look forward to insecure work at the whim of management? That’s according to Tony Sheldon, National Secretary of the Transport Workers Union.

  • News

    Thumbs down for Joyce tactic

    March 22

    Qantas Airways would be prevented from grounding its fleet without prior consultation with the government and safety authorities under surprise regulations recommended by a Senate committee yesterday.

  • Media Release

    Safer Roads for all Australians - 20 Years in Making

    March 21

    The resounding vote in support of the Road Safety Remuneration Bill in the Senate yesterday means that all Australians can look forward to safer roads and truck drivers can look forward to decent pay and conditions. That’s according to Tony Sheldon, National Secretary of the Transport Workers Union (TWU).