Qantas vows to fight on after losing outsourcing appeal

posted by Andrew Allen
in Law
9 May 2022

Qantas has suffered a fresh blow to its hopes of avoiding paying compensation for outsourcing 2,000 jobs and hiring subcontractors after it lost a Federal Court appeal.

The Australian Federal Court upheld its previous decision that the outsourcing of around 2,000 ground crew workers was illegal.

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