Qantas aircraft engineers are planning work stoppages starting on Friday after walking out of negotiations over their list of 28 demands, which include job security.
Qantas 747-400. Photo: Courtesy, Qantas. Qantas aircraft engineers are planning work stoppages starting on Friday after walking out of negotiations over their list of 28 demands, which include job security (ATW Daily News, April 18). Australian Licensed Aircraft Engineers Assn. Federal Secretary Steve Purvinas told media that QF has not allayed concerns over job security. ALAEA represents 1,600 of QF’s 5,000 engineers who perform day-to-day line maintenance work and heavy ...
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