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Qantas, TWU lose appeals over axing of 1,800 ground staff
Employment 2022-05-04 11:34 am By Cindy Cameronne

Qantas and the Transport Workers Union both lost their appeals Wednesday of a judge’s decision finding the airline had decided to axe 1,800 ground staff […]

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TWU appeals judgment refusing to reinstate 1,800 outsourced Qantas workers
Employment 2022-01-10 2:08 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The Transport Workers Union has appealed a judge’s decision that compensation was a more appropriate remedy for 1,800 Qantas workers who had been denied the […]

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TWU loses bid to reinstate 1,800 outsourced Qantas workers
Employment 2021-12-17 6:33 pm By Miklos Bolza

A judge has rejected the TWU’s request for the reinstatement of around 1,800 outsourced Qantas workers, finding it was inevitable that the airline would retrench […]

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Judge ‘very, very concerned’ over Facebook posts in Qantas case
Employment 2021-12-08 12:43 pm By Miklos Bolza

Union members who allegedly urged former Qantas workers to give misleading information to the Federal Court via a survey in a lawsuit brought on behalf […]

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Judge lashes TWU, Qantas for public comments in outsourcing dispute
Employment 2021-10-01 5:13 pm By Miklos Bolza

A judge has criticised Qantas and the Transport Workers’ Union for their “not particularly helpful” public comments about whether or not ground staff will be […]

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Judge pushes on with penalty despite Qantas appeal in case over ground crew
Employment 2021-09-08 5:40 pm By Miklos Bolza

Qantas Airways is seeking to overturn a Federal Court finding that its decision to axe 2,000 ground staff and replace them with labour hire workers […]

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Qantas loses TWU’s challenge to ground staff outsourcing move
Employment 2021-07-30 12:04 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Qantas has lost a case brought by the Transport Workers Union that challenged the airline’s decision to axe 2,000 staff and replace them with “insecure” […]

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Lawyer must pay costs for appeal that should never have been filed, Full Court says
Employment 2021-05-11 2:53 pm By Christine Caulfield

A high-profile employment lawyer representing a sacked Jetstar pilot must pay the airline’s legal costs in defending an appeal application “that ought never to have […]

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Qantas can’t sack long haul pilot that reached mandatory retirement age
Employment 2021-04-26 12:23 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

A judge has temporarily barred Qantas from moving forward with its plans to terminate a long haul pilot who reached the mandatory retirement age of […]

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Irate judge says lawyers should personally face costs for signing off on deficient cases
Employment 2021-03-05 4:55 pm By Christine Caulfield

Certification of pleadings in legal action is not a formality that needs to be “ticked off”, and solicitors who put their signature to improperly pleaded […]

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