About 6,000 workers at Virgin Australia will be asked to vote on a new workplace enterprise agreement that would see their pay frozen for 18 months to two years as the airline struggles to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
- Virgin workers will have to vote on whether they accept a deal that includes a pay freeze for up to two years
- Airlines have suffered a major financial hit from the COVID crisis, which has seen thousands of Virgin workers lose their jobs
- The unions say the proposed deal protects worker conditions and ensures jobs won’t be outsourced
But workers have been promised that none of their roles will be outsourced in the meantime, like they have been at rival airline Qantas.
Qantas this week confirmed it would be…