Qantas members of the Transport Workers Union of Australia have voted to take further industrial action due to a lack of progress in negotiations with the airline. The union warned the airline that if “Qantas management fails to show signs of genuine engagement in negotiations, rolling stoppages may commence from next week”. Tony Sheldon, national TWU secretary claimed that their members have no choice but to continue the action as “Qantas senior executives can only see fit to bolster their own pay packets and ignore the people who make sure the planes are safely maintained, prepared and pushed out for
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