Vic Labor Deliveroo’s for On-Demand Workers

September 24, 2018

The Andrews Labor Government will launch an Australian-first inquiry into the on-demand workforce and gig economy, following widespread claims of workers being underpaid and poorly treated. The TWU (Vic/Tas Branch) congratulates the government on establishing the Victorian Inquiry into the On-Demand Workforce, which will investigate the conditions of workers working to digital…

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Morrison Mocks Truck Drivers

September 21, 2018

PM Scott Morrison has blood on his hands after voting to scrap the Road Safety Tribunal in 2015, but that didn’t stop him playing truck driver yesterday.    The media stunt was yet another slap in the face to all transport workers – particularly professional truck drivers – and all…

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TWU DEMANDS ON-DEMAND RIP-OFF STOP

September 20, 2018

The TWU is calling for urgent reforms to address the thousands of on-demand workers being ripped off on a daily basis. The call follows a report by the Senate Committee on the Future of Work which recommends that on-demand workers must be given rights, such as superannuation and collective bargaining….

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Vic Labor Deliveroo’s for On-Demand Workers

September 24, 2018

The Andrews Labor Government will launch an Australian-first inquiry into the on-demand workforce and gig economy, following widespread claims of workers being underpaid and poorly treated. The TWU (Vic/Tas Branch) congratulates the government on establishing the Victorian Inquiry into the On-Demand Workforce, which will investigate the conditions of workers working to digital…

Read more

Morrison Mocks Truck Drivers

September 21, 2018

PM Scott Morrison has blood on his hands after voting to scrap the Road Safety Tribunal in 2015, but that didn’t stop him playing truck driver yesterday.    The media stunt was yet another slap in the face to all transport workers – particularly professional truck drivers – and all…

Read more

TWU DEMANDS ON-DEMAND RIP-OFF STOP

September 20, 2018

The TWU is calling for urgent reforms to address the thousands of on-demand workers being ripped off on a daily basis. The call follows a report by the Senate Committee on the Future of Work which recommends that on-demand workers must be given rights, such as superannuation and collective bargaining….

Read more

Vic Labor Deliveroo’s for On-Demand Workers

September 24, 2018

The Andrews Labor Government will launch an Australian-first inquiry into the on-demand workforce and gig economy, following widespread claims of workers being underpaid and poorly treated. The TWU (Vic/Tas Branch) congratulates the government on establishing the Victorian Inquiry into the On-Demand Workforce, which will investigate the conditions of workers working to digital…

Read more

Morrison Mocks Truck Drivers

September 21, 2018

PM Scott Morrison has blood on his hands after voting to scrap the Road Safety Tribunal in 2015, but that didn’t stop him playing truck driver yesterday.    The media stunt was yet another slap in the face to all transport workers – particularly professional truck drivers – and all…

Read more

TWU DEMANDS ON-DEMAND RIP-OFF STOP

September 20, 2018

The TWU is calling for urgent reforms to address the thousands of on-demand workers being ripped off on a daily basis. The call follows a report by the Senate Committee on the Future of Work which recommends that on-demand workers must be given rights, such as superannuation and collective bargaining….

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A message from TWU (Vic/Tas Branch)

Branch Secretary John Berger

There is no part of our economy which is essentially more important, not only intrinsically, but in terms of the efficient functioning of the rest of the economy, than the transport sector.
From the roads, ports, warehouses and skies, and to our cities and towns, the transport and freight industry contributes significantly to the livelihood of both everyday Australians and our national prosperity. As a Union, we take our responsibilities very seriously in protecting the wages and conditions of members who work in this most diverse and vibrant industry.
We are also always striving to improve the way we represent our members and have organisers, delegates and OH&S representatives constantly working to improve membership density and safety.

In Solidarity,
John Berger
(Branch Secretary)

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