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The results are in. The majority of ASU members who voted in the ASU member poll have supported the pause in bargaining until January 2021. This means it is the ASU’s position is to agree to pause bargaining until January 2021. Between then and now, you rights will be protected…
It’s time for ASU members at SQ to make a decision about the future of their EBA. Join the ASU Meeting at 5.00PM Eastern Time, on Monday, 13 July 2020 to have your say on management’s proposal to pause bargaining for 6 months. Click here to register. Your bargaining team…
The ASU and ALAEA have met with Emirates to discuss the global announcements about changes to Emirates’ business model. In our initial discussion with the Company, HR representatives confirmed that you will be contacted by your manager or Supervisor by early next week. The Company should be able to tell…
You might have seen an email from the Management Negotiating Team about the progress of bargaining for a new enterprise agreement (EBA) this week. It’s not surprising that there were some errors in management’s email about the position of the ASU and the ENT. They sent the email only an…
You will have received an email from Mr Aelred Rodrigues, Human Resources Manager - Australia & New Zealand about continuing to restrict Emirates services for the foreseeable future. The ASU and ALAEA sought a meeting with Emirates to discuss Emirates' proposals for extending the current Stand Down for Emirates employees,…
After wasting 3 weeks on Appendix D, Singapore Management needs to get serious about negotiating a new EBA. The ASU’s bargaining representatives met with Singapore Airlines management on Thursday, 28 May 2020. Finally! Singapore Airlines has confirmed that Appendix D is off the table! Thanks to all the ASU members…
After the majority of staff said ‘No’ to Appendix D Singapore airlines is asking you to vote again. We’ve asked them to listen to their staff and take this off the EBA agenda. You’ll have two choices: An amended Appendix D No Appendix D The company has told us that…
The ASU recently received correspondence from Thai Airways International (‘known as THAI’) stating that they don’t intend to apply for the JobKeeper scheme and that they believe they’re ineligible for the program. We reviewed the tax status of a number of overseas airlines, including THAI, to assess their eligibility under…
On 2 April 2020, your ASU bargaining representatives met with Singapore Airlines management to bargain for a new enterprise agreement. Management explained its proposed log of claims. They are now seeking: A pay freeze in 2020; 2.8% pay increase in 2021, and a 2.3% pay increase in 2022; Management have…
ASU members have contacted us about Emirates’ proposal for Stand Downs for the period 1 April to 30 June 2020. Since our last Bulletin circulated on 26 March 2020, the ASU and ALAEA had been seeking a meeting with Emirates to discuss their contingency plans for staff as the COVID-19…
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