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Qantas workers face the axe as COVID-19 grounding of flights opens outsourcing loophole – ABC News

After more than two decades working for Qantas at Sydney Airport, Nick Bennett is waiting for the axe to fall.
Key points:

  • Qantas is taking advantage of reduced air traffic during the pandemic to outsource its ground handling operations
  • The move is estimated to save Qantas $100 million per year, plus $80 million in equipment spending
  • The union representing the workers says it is prepared to challenge Qantas in court to stop the plan in echoes of the Waterfront DisputeClick here to view the original article.
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