TWU warns against replacing JobKeeper with loans to businesses, urges equity stake to save jobs
The Transport Workers’ Union (TWU) has warned against the Federal Government replacing JobKeeper for aviation workers with interest-free loans to businesses, saying the move will result in a skills-drain from the industry.
Toll workers win job security protections and 15% super in new agreement offer
Toll workers have secured job security protections and an industry-first fifteen per cent superannuation offer.
Class struggle is primary
EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is an edited version of a speech delivered by CPA Assistant General Secretary David Matters on the reissuing of comrade Jack...
TWU wins enforceable rates for couriers & Amazon flex drivers in landmark decision
The Transport Workers’ Union has won a landmark determination that means couriers will receive significant improvements to their enforceable rates of pay – including world-first...
Australia reaches 1,000 truck crash deaths since LNP abolished Road Safety Tribunal
The Transport Workers’ Union has demanded urgent Federal action to end dangerous work conditions in road transport, as the truck crash death toll since the...
Banks and insurance companies raked in billions according to financial year end of interim results, with CEO pay increasing by tens of millions of dollars....
200 Truck drivers killed since Road Safety Tribunal abolished
The Transport Workers’ Union has blamed federal government inaction for the deaths of 200 truck drivers
TWU to Amazon, Aldi, Bunnings: Make trucking safer or face action
The Transport Workers’ Union will today announce action in the coming months against some of the biggest global retailers Amazon, Apple and Aldi, as well as domestic brands IGA, Kmart and Bunnings in a bid to make trucking safer and fairer.
Truckies in fight of their lives
Seven thousand Toll drivers are in a battle to save their jobs and working conditions.
United action to defend conditions
Workers in the maritime and trucking industries are taking industrial action defending their jobs, safe working conditions, and wages.
Remove Alan Joyce
Throughout the pandemic Qantas CEO Alan Joyce has consistently proven himself to be the walking embodiment of corporate greed. Alan Joyce took in $5,575,000 –...
Big win for gig workers
Gig workers had a ground-breaking win last month when the Personal Injury Commission (PIC) awarded the family of Xiaonjun Chen $834,000 in workers’ compensation after...