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ANOTHER LOSS FOR SCANDAL-RIDDEN AEROCARE

May 15, 2018

The Federal Court has today rejected a substandard agreement by Aerocare, the aviation company at the centre of a scandal involving staff forced to sleep at airports.

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BUDGET SET TO FAIL ON AIRPORT SECURITY

May 09, 2018

Budget funding for enhanced security at airports will fail without addressing gaping holes created by staffing issues, the Transport Workers’ Union has warned.

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TWU TO CHALLENGE SUBSTANDARD AEROCARE AGREEMENT

May 02, 2018

The Transport Workers’ Union will challenge the latest substandard agreement by Aerocare, the company at the centre of a scandal over staff forced to sleep at airports.

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TWU WARNS ON FLIGHT SAFETY IF SPLIT SHIFT CASE SUCCEEDS

February 23, 2018

The Transport Workers’ Union is warning that safety in aviation will be put at risk if a Federal Court case results in airport employees forced to work split shifts.

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PROTESTS AT MAJOR AIRPORTS AS COURT CASE BEGINS ON SPLIT SHIFTS FOR ALL AVIATION EMPLOYEES

February 16, 2018

Airport employees are protesting at all major airports today as a Federal Court case opens on bringing in split shifts and poverty conditions for all aviation staff.

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TRANSPORT WORKERS’ UNION URGES FIJI’S AIR TERMINAL SERVICES TO PAY WORKERS & BEGIN TALKS IMMEDIATELY

January 23, 2018

The Transport Workers’ Union of Australia is urging Fiji’s Air Terminal Services to immediately begin negotiations with staff, following a ruling by an employment tribunal to allow locked-out employees to return to work.

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