Unions seek interim injunction over threatened lockout of aviation security workers

Fiona Rotherham
Mon, 11 Jul 2016

By Fiona Rotherham July 11 (BusinessDesk) - The Public Service Association and E tū union have filed legal proceedings in the Employment Court in Wellington seeking an interim injunction to stop a proposed eight-day lockout of striking aviation security staff. The move comes ahead of a one-day mediation set down for hearing by the Mediation Service in Auckland this Wednesday. Airport security staff are due to start industrial action against their employer Aviation Security Service (AvSec) over a pay dispute on July 20 with a series of...

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