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TWU Australia Apr 17
Here's a throwback for you - did you know Barnsey worked in the transport industry before becoming the lead singer of Cold Chisel? His shows wouldn't get anywhere without transport workers! He sent this message to transport workers a few Easters ago.
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TALAOLP 8m
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TALAOLP 4m
via on You can't continue to spend this money while Australian People are suffering and most of the jobs are overseas helping other
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Max A. Clayton Apr 15
I know young men and women who work in coal mines who are anxious about their futures, what are you doing to secure their jobs for the next 40 years?
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Rachael Bahl Apr 18
It's a sad reflection on the state of workplaces today that people have to specify on their out of office messages that they WON'T be checking their email when they are on leave - WHEN THEY HAVE NO OBLIGATION TO BE CHECKING THEIR EMAILS ANYWAY!!!
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TWU Australia 17h
Workers should be able to speak out about serious problems in their workplace. By trying to silence truck drivers in court, Aldi risk undermining the right of unions and other organisations to uncover abuses of power and dangerous practices.
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Dave Noonan 16h
So last night,on the eve of the Easter Holidays,the ABCC were at the homes of Perth Salini construction workers serving them &their families with court documents prosecuting them & threatening huge personal fines for a recent industrial dispute
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United Voice QLD Apr 17
"Patients are being lined up along hallways, blocking fire exits, as they await a bed. The hospital is not designed to have patients in hallways for hours at a time" - ambulance delegate Jennifer Miran
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TWU Australia Apr 16
Almost one person a day was killed on our roads last month, including ten truckies. We're calling on companies across the supply chain to ease the pressure on drivers this Easter long wknd.
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Bl_nk 14h
A dispute resolved months and months ago. And proccedings that will I predict do not one thing to promote a happy safe workplace. The ABCC are the HR dept of construction. They create dramas and solve not one problem.
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DeeL_Me_Out Apr 17
Replying to @lilacjay2 @Lhoward6036
Was it a "feeling in his water" or was there evidence presented?
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Daniel Walton Apr 16
Hard to describe how big this win is. Our members at ALCOA were due to have their pay cut by 40-60% in 3months time. Together, we fought and we won. Credit to all the amazing members and delegates who have not lost the will to fight for fairness!
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Michael Kaine 15h
This is the key to understanding the motivations of this government: there are those who deserve a fair go - and others who don't.
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Mark Phillips Apr 18
My vote for the new name of the merged and : Workers United.
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United Voice QLD Apr 17
Thousands of Queenslanders who are working in hospitality and retail this Easter long weekend and Anzac Day are $17 million worse off because of Scott Morrison’s cuts to penalty rates
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use decision to carte Blanche drop worker w/out restoring the full 25% in awards at other times. Most business friendly bastards ever to be allowed to represent workers
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TWU Australia Apr 16
When an Aldi truck driver said he was too fatigued to drive, he was ridiculed by his manager in front of co-workers. Does this sound like taking safety seriously to you?
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Unions NSW Apr 17
Please join us on the 28th April as we remember those who turned up to work but never made it home or came home with injuries 🌸
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