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Qantas & QF Regionals

Back in early February 2019, Qantas told staff and the world that they had failed to pay a significant number of current and former staff in accordance with the ASU’s Enterprise Agreements probably since 2013. Since February, ASU representatives have met with Qantas management on 6 occasions to try and…
Back in August 2017, Qantas announced its intention to centralise Airports Workforce Planning and Day of Operations Rostering. ASU delegates and reps have met nationally with the Qantas management team 15 times since then and countless times locally and there are still significant and outstanding issues with the roll out…

We want our bonus

27 March 2019
Today the ASU has written to Qantas CEO Alan Joyce making the case for why ASU members covered by the following Enterprise Agreements are entitled to the 2018 record result bonus: Australian Services Union (Qantas Airways Ltd) Agreement 11 Australian Services Union – Australian Air Express Agreement 2015 Eastern Australian…
The Australian Services Union today said the benefits of Qantas’ profit result were being withheld from the workers who delivered it. ASU Assistant National Secretary Linda White said Qantas’ decision to continue withholding bonuses due last year had to be addressed. “This year’s Qantas’ profit result is made on the back…
The Australian Services Union today questioned whether the illegal employment arrangements of hundreds of Qantas staff and subsequent underpayments was a simple mistake. ASU Assistant National Secretary Linda White said it was a bit “hard to believe” that no Qantas senior executives were aware that these staff were illegally employed…
Early this week Qantas Airways has called on its employees to volunteer to work for free over Christmas and New Year’s. In a memo to all Sydney Qantas employees, Qantas’ Chief Operating Officer Rachel Yangoyan has called on its administrative workforce to volunteer at the Sydney International Terminal. “We’re trialling…
ASU delegates and officials attended the Qantas AGM in Brisbane on Friday 26th October 2018 and put the company’s imposition of conditions on this year’s bonuses front and centre as an issue for staff in the questions we put to the Chairman of the Board and CEO Alan Joyce. Thanks…
This year we are sending ASU representatives to the Qantas AGM to ask the Board why we are not getting our bonuses. This year the Qantas Annual General meeting is being held on Friday 26th October 2018 at 11am at the Hilton Hotel Ballroom Level 5, 190 Elizabeth Street Brisbane.…
Your ASU delegates met with dnata Catering representatives in Brisbane on Tuesday, 28 August 2018. dnata expects the sale to happen in early October. What do we know about dnata? While dnata is a global business, dnata Catering is a smaller organisation in Australia than Qantas. dnata also runs much…
Your ASU delegates met with dnata Catering representatives in Brisbane on Tuesday, 28 August 2018 to talk about the purchase of Q Catering. Our message to dnata was that ASU members at Q Catering are united and ready to do whatever is necessary to protect our jobs, pay and conditions.…
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