Qantas stares down unions at agm, not all unions will give him their support…
Labor is unlikel강원출장마사지y to back a bill to protect workers after its leading voice said Saturday the company did not have to pay overtime pay at its Sydney headquarters.
A report by The Sydney Morning Herald showed that a number of Unions have 나비야 마사지complained to the union representing employees at Sydney’s A$1.5 billion (US$722 million) Sydney Convention Centre since Labor unveiled its motion seeking to ban such contracts.
On Monday Labor MP Andrew Nikolic revealed that union members from several of the Sydney’s most powerful unions said they feared the legislation would be vetoed at a meeting of전주 출장 안마 the Business Council of Australia.
Backed by the AFLW, the CCA and the International Trade Union Confederation (TUC), the motion was a key plank in Labor’s bid to end the controversial contract clauses that some workers are believed to be using to extract extra wages for each hour worked.
The proposal, which had been strongly opposed by the unions, could pave the way for concessions from the industry’s biggest employers to secure back pay.