TWU

  • Media Release

    TWU Demands Qantas End Part-time, Casual Work Following Profit Announcement

    August 20

    TWU MEDIA RELEASE, 20 August 2015
     
    The Transport Workers’ Union is demanding that Qantas provide good quality, permanent jobs at the airline instead of forcing working families into part-time, casual work which is driving them into poverty.

  • Media Release

    Transport Workers' Union Supports ACTU Action At Royal Commission

    August 19

    TWU MEDIA RELEASE, 19 August 2015
     
    The Transport Workers’ Union fully supports the ACTU action at the Royal Commission and is among the unions which will be represented by their application.

  • Media Release

    TWU Urges Senators To Oppose Bill To Silence Workers

    August 17

    MEDIA RELEASE, 17 August 2015

    The Transport Workers’ Union is urging Senators to vote down a bill which would silence the voice of workers and cause more fatalities in an already dangerous industry.

  • Media Release

    TWU Demands Reimbursement For Money Spent on Royal Commission

    August 13

    TWU MEDIA RELEASE, 13 August 2015

    The Transport Workers’ Union is demanding the Federal Government reimburse over $1 million that the union was forced to spend in answering the Royal Commission on trade unions.

  • Media Release

    Australia Post Must Take Responsibility For Low Pay, Says TWU

    August 04

    MEDIA RELEASE, 4 Aug 2015

    The Transport Workers’ Union is demanding that Australia Post ensure that all workers delivering the company’s goods are paid a fair wage. It is vital that workers are given decent rates of pay that allows them to support their families and ensures they are not put under pressure to take risks which put themselves and other road users at risk.

  • Media Release

    Twu Calls For Register Of Passengers Banned From Airlines

    August 03

    MEDIA RELEASE, 3 August 2015

    The Transport Workers’ Union is demanding that the government set up a register of disruptive passengers banned from airlines. Anyone who assaults cabin crew or other passengers would be included on the register to ensure that offenders banned by one airline do not travel on other airlines, putting other crew and passengers at risk.