Foes unite in fury over Qantas sacking as workers pursue damages
Qantas stood down the ground staff in November 2020 and began using third-party providers including Dnata, Menzies and Swissport, which are also used by other global airlines including Emirates and Etihad.
Qantas loses high court appeal over illegal sacking of staff
It was one of the largest sackings in Australian corporate history. But now, almost 1700 workers sacked by Qantas are celebrating a High Court ruling in their favour, finding their termination was illegal. Three years after first going to court, Qantas has apologised to the workers.
‘It just keeps getting worse for Qantas’: Airline loses High Court appeal
Saturday Herald Sun Columnist Steve Price says “it just keeps getting worse for Qantas” after they lost their High Court appeal. The airline had lost its appeal in the High Court over the illegal sacking of about 1,700 workers during the pandemic. “You can’t argue with the High Court – that’s the highest court in the land so what they say goes,” Mr Price told Sky News host Sharri Markson. “It just keeps getting worse for Qantas day by day by day…
'Workers put through hell': Qantas loses High Court appeal over sacking of 1,700 staff
As one pilot remarked, 'Pity Joyce wasn't here to face the fire that he caused. Hopefully some more heads will roll'. The post ‘Workers put through hell’: Qantas loses High Court appeal over sacking of 1,700 staff appeared first on Crikey.
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