Coles signs ground-breaking agreement
Coles has committed to ensuring safe and fair conditions for workers in the ...
A not for profit organisation, TEACHO, has been established to conduct training in the transport industry. The TWU sits on the board together with employer and academic representatives. The company has an independent chair.
For the TWU Report to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA), 2018-19 click here.
For the 2018 TWU Financial Statement and the related auditors signed report, click here.
For the TWU Amendment to the Rules of the Transport Workers’ Union of Australia, dated 23 May 2019, click here.
For compliance, click here.
TWU Election E2018/141: Quadrennial Elections for all TWU Office holders were conducted by the AEC and held in October and November 2018. A copy of the AEC’s Post-election Report is available to any member who was eligible to vote in the election. A member who wishes to receive a copy of this Report may do so by either contacting the TWU on (02) 8114 6500 or contacting the AEC on (02) 9375 6364 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Further the AEC identified a Rule that was difficult to interpret or apply during the Quadrennial Elections. An extract of this part of the Post-election Report as well as the TWU’s response are contained in the links below.
TWU Election E2019/7: Annual Elections for President, Vice-President and three Trustees were conducted by the AEC and held on Monday 20 May 2019. A copy of the AEC’s Post-election Report is available to any member. A member who wishes to receive a copy of this report may do so by either contacting the TWU on (02) 8114 6500 or contacting the AEC on (02) 9375 6364 or email@example.com
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