Qantas has achieved a major breakthrough in its damaging fight against its largest labor groups, with its engineers union approving a contract deal with the carrier. The airline’s agreement with the Australian Licensed Engineers Association (ALAEA) does not include the union demands that Qantas was most concerned about. While the ALAEA says it won a job security commitment, this clause is essentially the same as the one in the previous engineers’ contract. The ALAEA is one of three ...
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