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Government must support airline workers

Posted by Alex Scott on March 17, 2020

Today your union, combined with the TWU has written to the Prime Minister to call on the government to meet with your union and workers in the industry and act to save the airlines industry.


Late yesterday, after followup from your union office, the new Directive - Employment Arrangements in the Event of a Health Pandemic – was released by the Minister for Industrial Relations and Public Service Commission Chief Executive.


Union update on the effects of Coronavirus on Qantas staff.

Posted by Megan Denny on March 17, 2020

National office, delegates, and officials have had a number of meetings with Qantas to be updated and consulted about the effects of the Coronavirus on both staff and the business. You can read more about the outcomes of the most recent meeting in the latest bulletin:


National office has provided an update about their first official meeting with Virgin Airlines management regarding the impact of COVID-19 on members. We encourage you to read it below: 


Together ASU update on impact of COVID-19


This week, Together representatives have been involved in key briefings from the Queensland Health Minister, Chief Public Health Officer, Public Service Commission, the Queensland Industrial Relations Minister and from QCS.


Enormous thanks must go to you all as the Together members on the front line of the response to the COVID-19 Health Emergency. We know that Queensland is well placed to deal with the crisis thanks to the efforts of you and your colleagues.


Enormous thanks must go to all the Together members who are on the front line of the response to the COVID-19 Health Emergency response. Queensland is well placed to deal with the crisis thanks to the efforts of you and your colleagues.


Enormous thanks must go to all the Together members who are on the front line of the response to the COVID-19 Health Emergency response. Queensland is well placed to deal with the crisis thanks to the efforts of you and your colleagues.


Your major issues at PTO and union survey

Posted by Sean Waugh on March 13, 2020

Members' activity over the last month in relation to the Public Trust proposed restructure has highlighted the need for your strong collective voice to be heard in dealing with the issues facing PTO staff.


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