Qantas’ unlawful vaccine mandate next in the Fair Work Commission’s firing line

Cairns News

By Daniel Y. Teng Epoch times

The major decision last week by Australia’s workplace tribunal to strike down a vaccine mandate by mining giant, BHP, has opened the door for other unions to consider challenging similar orders in their sectors.

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce might have to stop his ‘phony consultation with employees’ after BHP decision

The Australian Licenced Aircraft Engineer’s Association (ALAEA) said it would consider challenging vaccine mandates handed down by national carrierQantas.

“The BHP coal decision was about consultation, not vaccine mandates. A policy decision cannot be made prior to genuine consultation. Qantas has been fined before for telling us a policy decision at the first consultation meeting,” Steve Purvinas, federal secretary of the ALAEA, told The Epoch Times in a statement.

“In the case of mandatory vaccination, it is worse. We first heard about the decision on live television.”

On Dec. 3, the full bench…

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