Qantas loses appeal on 'illegal' outsourcing


Qantas loses appeal on ‘illegal’ outsourcing

Saturday, 04 May, 2022 0

Qantas has vowed to appeal a ruling it illegally sacked nearly 1,700 baggage handlers to outsource jobs. It will go to the high court after the federal court dismissed Qantas’s appeal of a 2021 ruling it violated the Fair Work Act.

Qantas’s outsourcing was motivated by anti-union sentiment, the Transport Workers Union argued in court. The airline is on the hook for big compensation bill if it fails to overturn it in the high court.

 

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