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After a lengthy 4-month delay in the Fair Work Commission your EBA is now a legally enforceable document. That means backpay The ASU can confirm that your backpay will be paid to you on Tuesday 14 August 2018. What can I expect? For any pay that you received between 1…
Back pay and pay increases on the way. After 4 months of waiting the Fair Work Commission has finally approved your new EBA. What next? The Union will follow up with dnata to confirm the date that the 4% of pay increases will be applied as well as the backpay…
Menzies management has given us their log of claims – read below to find out what management want to change in your enterprise agreement. ASU delegates met with management in Melbourne on Monday, 30 July. We came expecting to hear a presentation from Menzies management about the log of claims.…
Your ASU bargaining team met with Menzies management in Sydney on 3 July 2018. We presented the items on our log of claims regarding overtime, permanent employment and job security. Management will consider these items and report back to us at the next meeting. There was also further discussion of…
Our campaign to win a fair new agreement is moving ahead! Your ASU bargaining team met with Menzies management in Sydney on 20 June 2018. Your team told management about the need for fairness and transparency in rostering, annual leave and days in lieu. We explained our claim for paid…
Fair Work Commission raises questions about new EA; Menzies withdraws EA from approval process. Menzies has decided to withdraw your enterprise agreement from the Fair Work Commission approval process. This means that the EA you voted on last year will not be ‘approved’ by the Fair Work Commission. We will…
As we predicted in the newsletter to members on the 8th of September 2017 – “dnata takes a slash and burn position”, dnata has now decided to go to an employee ballot with an inferior eba without agreement from the ASU. From around the 26th September you be will be…
Members would be aware that negotiations for the NSW Pax agreement began a little while ago, post the AHSA scandal. Thus far we have had 5 eba meetings, but dnata will tell you we have had 10 meetings. (More on this point below). The negotiations can be summarised at this…
The most recent EBA meeting with dnata was held on the 25 May in Sydney. The meeting was dominated by the dnata presentation on the now familiar theme of how they are “uncompetitive” compared with other ground handling companies, and, how should we conduct these negotiations in the future. dnata…
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