The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) is seeking a paralegal to join its in-house National Legal team.
To see the job advertisement in full click here.
The Human Rights Commission’s report into pregnancy and return to work highlights the need for the Government to strengthen workplace laws to stop discrimination against women at work.
Deckhands in Port Hedland have voted to take industrial action, after failing to negotiate a new Enterprise Bargaining Agreement with tugboat operator Teekay Shipping.
In a secret ballot conducted by the Australian Electoral Commission, 98% of Maritime Union of Australia members voted to take action.
The members endorsed an unlimited number of 2 hour and 4 hour stop work meetings and unlimited work stoppages of 6 hours and 12 hours.
ITF President and MUA National Secretary Paddy Crumlin has given his thoughts to a London-based publication on upcoming container weighing regulations and what their impact will be on ports and terminals. Read the original full article here.
As its first lorryload of medical supplies begins its journey to Gaza, the ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation), again backed calls for an immediate ceasefire there.
Maritime unions have welcomed endorsement by the ACTU Executive of their campaign to protect the jobs of Australian workers in the offshore oil and gas sector.
The Maritime Union of Australia is calling for urgent input from members for the Abbott Government’s surprise review of model Work Health and Safety (WHS) Laws.
More than 35 tugboat workers from around the country have descended on the MUA’s specialised training facility at St Georges Basin to kick-off the 2014 Towage Conference.
The ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) today expressed its deepest condolences to the families and loved ones of the passengers and crew onboard flight MH17 and backed calls for an international investigation.
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