TWU

  • Media Release

    Vote 1: Safe Rates and Safer Roads

    September 05

    Saturday’s Federal election should be a referendum on a fair go for truckies and safer roads for all Australians, with the major parties’ transport policies in the headlights, said Transport Workers’ Union (TWU) National Secretary Tony Sheldon.

  • Media Release

    TWU Breakthrough in Negotiations with Toll

    September 05

    The Transport Workers’ Union (TWU) has reached a breakthrough in negotiations with the Toll Group, with an in-principle agreement to be put to the TWU member-led negotiation committee, in advance of meetings at Toll yards right around the country over the coming weeks.

  • Media Release

    TWU Takes Toll To Federal Court As Hundreds of Workers Denied Their Right To Vote

    August 30

    The Transport Workers’ Union (TWU) has launched Federal Court proceedings against the Toll Group after more than 170 Toll workers were denied the right to vote in a recent ballot on protected action.

  • Media Release

    Toll Workers Ready To Fight

    August 27

    Workers at transport giant Toll have voted convincingly in support of protected industrial action, sending a powerful message to the company that they are willing to fight for a fair agreement that guarantees their job security, workplace safety, fair superannuation, as well as protecting against the threat of outsourcing.

  • Media Release

    If You Do Aussie Work You Deserve Aussie Rights

    August 14

    The exploitation of foreign workers in Australia and the need to make sure that our kids receive the skills and training they require for the jobs of today and tomorrow is back on the electoral agenda as the Transport Workers Union (TWU) launched its campaign for Aussie Work, Aussie Rights today in Sydney.

  • Media Release

    Qantas Turns Its Back on South Australian Workers

    August 08

    TWU National Secretary Tony Sheldon has called on Qantas to keep the Adelaide Q Catering facility open saying that Qantas has turned its back on South Australian workers and their families, doing little to help the 150 loyal workers at the Adelaide airport whose livelihoods are threatened by the proposed closure of the facility.