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jetconnector
1st May 2018, 02:25
After yet another cancelled negotiation day it looks like industrial action might finally be on the cards.

From NZALPA:
"Please continue to look out for, and read your NZALPA email updates, the Jetconnect NZALPA Council and Bargaining Team will shortly be sending you important information to consider, about industrial action."

lostflyer
1st May 2018, 22:08
Why oh why does Qantas management put up with that Jetconnect management team that is sooooooooo incompetent.

framer
1st May 2018, 22:43
That is a bit like asking why Basil Fawlty puts up with Manuel.

Rabbitwear
2nd May 2018, 01:48
They are under paid , and have to look on whilst QF crews earning more than double reduce their flying !

DirectAnywhere
2nd May 2018, 02:18
They are under paid , and have to look on whilst QF crews earning more than double reduce their flying !

Please tell me you're taking the piss?

Hold_Short
2nd May 2018, 08:18
They donít earn half as much thatís for sure. It is roughly 30% less. But along with that they donít get paid much in DTA or other allowances which put salt in the wound. This includes 4% superannuation only, lack of overtime when the company takes your last two sectors off you on the 30th day of the roster, the shitty management and lack of moral amongst the place. The company has nothing but drive down the conditions of what we all would consider a professional workplace. Just talk to anyone there and ask them how much turnover of staff they have compared to their mother ship. It amazes me on the pilot rankes that they have had 100% turn over of FOS in 24 months. 🤦🏼*♀️

Hawkeye787
2nd May 2018, 11:28
Any inside word from the last 48 hours of bargaining?
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