„Like the vast majority of other employers who wish to obtain approval of a company agreement, Swissport has made some small improvements compared to the original version, mainly due to the exceptional time of almost 2 years between the consultation of employees on the agreement and the approval of the Fair Work Commission. For current requests, the agreement or modification can be consulted via the following links. These edited documents are usually published within 3 working days of publication. There is a broad consensus that approving company agreements should not take as long and Kaine, whose union sits on the government`s industrial relations reform task force, said he could be open to a system that had a less rigorous test, in which unions and companies negotiated an agreement that both sides deemed fair. This agreement follows the purchase of Servisair (formerly Handlex) by Swissport. Duration of negotiations – 10 months. The BOOT, as it is known, requires agreements to ensure that all workers are better placed than the display of the sector, but employers argue that this is a complex measure that often delays them and sometimes prevents them from entering into mutually beneficial transactions with employees. Beyond the attempt to destabilise our activities, it is difficult to understand why the unions want to force Swissport employees on basic award conditions pending the approval of this company agreement. 1343505 note: this summary reflects the information available in the collective agreement. PSAC is pleased to announce that a new collective agreement has been ratified by the members of The Swissport Canada Fuel Services Bargaining Unit at Vancouver International Airport. Swissport`s agreement is verified by the Commission.

If your application has been submitted in advance, you can check the status of your agreement by sending an email to the Commission`s contract team under agreementsprogressenquiry@fwc.gov.au. Please indicate your name, matter number and the name of the agreement. A team member should contact them within 2 business days. However, the transport workers` union appealed the company agreement, saying it was a fair outcome for its members. Three Fair Work Commissioners upheld the call this week and felt that the rosters reviewed by a former Commissioner were not sufficient to ensure that the agreement would improve them overall, as they did not cover all the different types of positions in which staff could work. . . .