Jetstar members are reminded to get their Protected Action Ballot vote in by 19 April.
A YES vote to all questions on the ballot will send a strong message to Jetstar that we are united in our demands for a fair Agreement.
Jetstar management have blocked TWU efforts to secure a safe and fair deal that would deliver better classification structures, improved job security, fair wages and the right to a weekend for part-timers.
On 11 March, the TWU were successful in its application to the Fair Work Commission for a protected action ballot against the Qantas/Jetstar Group.
TWU aviation organiser Dissio Markos said the application was lodged after the company refused to compromise in talks for a new enterprise agreement.
In early February, Jetstar members overwhelmingly rejected a national agreement put on the table by Jetstar.
The TWU then attempted to reopen negotiations with the company to ensure the EBA was acceptable to members.