Qantas, union look to resume talks following contract rejection

Credit: Rob Finlayson
Qantas has struck a setback in its attempt to impose an 18-month wage freeze on all employee groups, after its short-haul pilots rejected a new contract including this clause. Of the 554 pilots that voted, 79% opposed the airline’s four-year contract offer. Qantas short-haul pilots are represented...

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