National action at StarTrack
TWU members are clear: they want StarTrack back to the table and the Enterprise Agreement currently being negotiated, settled. The company has given the workforce no choice but to take strike action again.
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Qantas has been charged with criminal offences under WHS laws for standing down a health and safety representative because he raised concerns about COVID-19 risks when cleaning aircraft arriving from China in early 2020.
Welcome to the first digital edition of the TWU News. The TWU has made the move to a digital edition of the TWU News twice a year. This is still the TWU News you know, inside are reports on campaigns, information you need to know and some of the TWU wins in safety and more from over the past few months. In making this change the TWU bears in mind the historic role of the TWU News journal over many years in the past and the many years in the future, reflecting campaigns, members wins and in the primary role of keeping TWU members up to date and organised.
Waste collection workers in the Eurobodalla Shire Council have slammed the Council over its failure to include job protections in their waste collection tender, which threatens them with job losses and/or pay cuts of up to 26 per cent.
In a massive win for TWU members at the site, Transit Systems has agreed to run rapid antigen screening tests for all drivers at the depot starting from Monday 13 September, and to continue discussions with workers and the union about ongoing COVID control measures.
agreement, which would destroy decent jobs at the transport operator. Toll aims to bring in new workers and outside hire on up to 30% less pay and conditions, threatening the jobs and earnings of the current workforce.
Qantas has been charged with criminal offences under WHS laws for standing down ...
Welcome to the first digital edition of the TWU News. The TWU has made the move ...
In a massive win for TWU members at the site, Transit Systems has agreed to run ...
Thousands of Toll workers began a 24 hour strike at midnight over threats to ...
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