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‘A disgrace’: Qantas cuts 2,000 more jobs after asking workers to bid for them – SBS News

Qantas will push ahead with its plan to cut and outsource about 2000 jobs, after rejecting an in-house bid from a union representing ground staff.

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Qantas is pushing ahead with its plan to cut and outsource about 2,000 jobs, after rejecting an in-house bid from a union representing ground staff.
The jobs affected are at 10 airports around the country and impact ground operations workers including ground crew, aircraft cleaners and baggage handlers.
“COVID has turned aviation upside down,” Qantas Domestic and International CEO Andrew David said in statement on Monday.
“Airlines around the world are having to make dramatic decisions in order…

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