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Old 13th Aug 2022, 09:01
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Originally Posted by Bootstrap1 View Post
Well, first cab off the rank to vote in favour of protected industrial action is DNATA. Not even a personal visit by none other than Alan Joyce himself could deter these ramp staff from voting in favour for better pay. Read the room Alan.

Today the ballot closes for LAMEs from Qantas, Jetstar and Alliance. I would say there is a better than fair chance that all 3 of these ballots will be yes votes.

The industry needs this. AJ and his cronies are a cancer on Australian aviation, and nothing will hurt him more than a reduction in his bonuses.
The LAMEs from all 3 groups have said YES in a big way & now of course the management mouth pieces have came out saying work bans etc are unreasonable as meetings are scheduled.
We all know what management brings to these meetings,BS,BS & more BS.
100 % agree with AJ & his cronies being a cancer & they all need to be shown up for exactly what they are,a self entitled mob of bullies who think they are above every industrial law & agreement which suddenly doesnt suit them any more.
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