The main union representing aviation workers will launch a Federal Court case today over moves by Qantas to outsource more than 2,000 jobs.
- Maurice Blackburn Lawyers will on Wednesday file a test case for the Transport Workers Union (TWU)
- The case will test whether Qantas’ action to sack 2,000 workers and outsource their jobs is unlawful
- Qantas has said the move is necessary in order to lower costs as it faces a financial hit from the coronavirus pandemic
Maurice Blackburn Lawyers will on Wednesday file a test case for the Transport Workers Union (TWU) seeking to overturn Qantas’ decision to outsource the workers, saying the decision is unlawful under the Fair Work Act.
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