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Aerocare

Your union was at the Federal Court in Melbourne on 24 and 25 July 2018, standing up to Aerocare’s (now Swissport) attempts to cut wages and conditions in the airlines industry. What is the case about? Aerocare/Swissport has a business model based on paying its employees as little as possible.…
AeroCare has lost its third legal proceeding in a row attempting to have the Aerocare Collective Agreement 2017 approved, the latest being an appeal to the Federal Court which was an appeal about an appeal they’d lost to a Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission. Confused? Let us explain…
Employees voted to approve the Aerocare Collective Agreement 2018. This means that Aerocare have 14 days from the date of the vote to lodge an application for the Fair Work Commission to approve or reject the Agreement. What does the Fair Work Commission do with the Agreement? Aerocare have 14…
Aerocare are asking you to vote on a proposed Collective Agreement to replace the Aerocare Collective Agreement 2012. The ASU recommends members vote NO to this unfair collective agreement. Why members should vote NO Poor rates of pay:The pay proposal from Aerocare does not meet industry standards and is unsatisfactory…
Bargaining has continued for the enterprise agreement to replace Aerocare Collective Agreement 2012. The ASU is representing our members during the negotiations to get the best deal for members. What is in Aerocare’s proposed Agreement? Aerocare first tried for a new collective agreement to replace CA12 in 2017. The Fair…
Your Australian Services Union Bargaining Representatives bargained with Aerocare management on Thursday 22nd March 2018 for the Aerocare Collective Agreement 2018, commonly referred to as CA18. What is enterprise bargaining Enterprise bargaining is negotiations for improved wages and conditions between an employer and employees. The outcome of the negotiations is…
There is no doubt it has been a big year at Aerocare – there has been much activity on the agreement front and most recently as you know the company has been purchased by a very large international group handling company – Swissport International Ltd. The following is a brief…
Today the Fair Work Commission has again rejected Aerocare’s dodgy enterprise agreement, saying it does not meet minimum legal requirements. The Agreement was originally rejected by the independent umpire back in August, and the ASU said at that time that Aerocare needed to sit down with us and negotiate a…
The ACTU stands in solidarity with the Australian Services Union and Transport Workers Union, which are defending airport workers in the Fair Work Commission today against a disgraceful attempt by aviation company Aerocare to impose poverty level conditions on its workers. ALERT: The ASU is in the Fair Work Commission…
As we advised in our recent bulletin Aerocare have appealed against the Fair Work Commission refusal to approve the Aerocare Collective agreement 2017. We can now advise that the hearing is before the full bench of the Fair Work Commission (i.e. 3 people) on 19th October 2017 in Sydney. The…
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