FedEx Express pilots vote overwhelmingly for strike over new contract
Unless the company agrees to their demands, the pilots of FedEx Express look set for ...
First things first: What should we make of Australia’s Transport Workers Union (TWU) ongoing campaign for fattening up already expensive Enterprise Bargaining Agreements (EBAs) versus drivers, who are slaves of today’s “gig economy” apps? The answer has deeper implications, however, if you are familiar with the bigger picture and not only Down Under.
Last month, in my “Australia’s winter of discontent” I touched on the TWU’s campaign of kicking a logistics company when they were down, as they “negotiate” with Toll Group regarding aspects ...
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