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Friday, September 04, 2015 at 09:00 AM through September 21, 2015 · 105 rsvps
TBA
*VENUE*

Productivity Commission Hearings

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The Abbott Government’s Productivity Commission into workplace relations has called for cuts to penalty rates and a freeze in the minimum wage. 

This is a pay cut for thousands of Australians who work in restaurants, cafes and shops around the country. 
Australia’s workplace system is based on fairness, equality, protection of the vulnerable and rewards for hard work. The system works and Australians have demonstrated they want and support it.

The Commission is holding public hearings in September 2015. Demonstrate your support for penalty rates, the minimum wage and all of our rights at work by attending an action to coincide with these hearings. 

Some venue details TBA.

 


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Friday, September 04, 2015 at 09:00 AM
TBA, Bendigo in Bendigo, Australia
*VENUE*

PC Hearing - Bendigo

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The Abbott Government’s Productivity Commission into workplace relations has called for cuts to penalty rates and a freeze in the minimum wage. 

This is a pay cut for thousands of Australians who work in restaurants, cafes and shops around the country. 
Australia’s workplace system is based on fairness, equality, protection of the vulnerable and rewards for hard work. The system works and Australians have demonstrated they want and support it.

The Commission is holding public hearings in September 2015. Demonstrate your support for penalty rates, the minimum wage and all of our rights at work by attending an action to coincide with these hearings. 

Bendigo venue details TBA.


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Monday, September 07, 2015 at 09:00 AM
The Old Woolstore in Hobart, Australia
*VENUE*

PC Hearing - Hobart

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The Abbott Government’s Productivity Commission into workplace relations has called for cuts to penalty rates and a freeze in the minimum wage.

This is a pay cut for thousands of Australians who work in restaurants, cafes and shops around the country.

Australia’s workplace system is based on fairness, equality, protection of the vulnerable and rewards for hard work. The system works and Australians have demonstrated they want and support it.

The Commission is holding public hearings in September 2015. Demonstrate your support for penalty rates, the minimum wage and all of our rights at work by attending an action to coincide with these hearings.

Hobart venue is The Old Woolstore, 1 Macquarie Street, Hobart.


*Title*
Tuesday, September 08, 2015 at 09:00 AM
Productivity Commission in Melbourne, Australia
*VENUE*

PC Hearing - Melbourne

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The Abbott Government’s Productivity Commission into workplace relations has called for cuts to penalty rates and a freeze in the minimum wage.

This is a pay cut for thousands of Australians who work in restaurants, cafes and shops around the country.
Australia’s workplace system is based on fairness, equality, protection of the vulnerable and rewards for hard work. The system works and Australians have demonstrated they want and support it.

The Commission is holding public hearings in September 2015. Demonstrate your support for penalty rates, the minimum wage and all of our rights at work by attending an action to coincide with these hearings.

Melbourne venue: Productivity Commission, Rattigan Room Level 12, 530 Collins Street, Melbourne.


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Friday, September 11, 2015 at 09:00 AM
Productivity Commission in Canberra, Australia
*VENUE*

PC Hearing - Canberra

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The Abbott Government’s Productivity Commission into workplace relations has called for cuts to penalty rates and a freeze in the minimum wage.

This is a pay cut for thousands of Australians who work in restaurants, cafes and shops around the country.

Australia’s workplace system is based on fairness, equality, protection of the vulnerable and rewards for hard work. The system works and Australians have demonstrated they want and support it.

The Commission is holding public hearings in September 2015. Demonstrate your support for penalty rates, the minimum wage and all of our rights at work by attending an action to coincide with these hearings.

Canberra Venue: Productivity Commission Hearing Room, Level 2, ANZ House, 15 Moore Street, Canberra.


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Saturday, September 12, 2015 at 09:00 AM
Lions Park in Earlville, Australia
*VENUE*

Knock for a Better Future - Leichhardt

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On the weekend of September 12th and 13th thousands of union members and community activists just like you will be door-knocking across more than twenty marginal Federal electorates. We will be having face-to-face conversations about the issues that matter, things like workers' rights and jobs, Medicare; accessible, quality education, public services, a secure retirement and a fair go for all.

If you want to Build A Better Future, join the fight for our living standards by being part of our door-knocking team in the Federal electorate of Leichhardt on Saturday, September 12. Imagine how amazing it will feel to be part of such a massive movement for positive change.


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Saturday, September 12, 2015 at 09:30 AM
Littleton Park in Bega, Australia
*VENUE*

Knock for a Better Future - Eden-Monaro 3

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On the weekend of September 12th and 13th thousands of union members and community activists just like you will be door-knocking across more than twenty marginal Federal electorates. We will be having face-to-face conversations about the issues that matter, things like workers' rights and jobs, Medicare; accessible, quality education, public services, a secure retirement and a fair go for all.

If you want to Build A Better Future, join the fight for our living standards by being part of our door-knocking team in the Federal electorate of Eden-Monaro on Sunday, September 13. Imagine how amazing it will feel to be part of such a massive movement for positive change.

9.30am for 10am briefing,

Littleton Park, Zingel Place, Bega


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Saturday, September 12, 2015 at 09:30 AM
Springwood Sports Club in Springwood, Australia
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Knock for a Better Future - Macquarie

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On the weekend of September 12th and 13th thousands of union members and community activists just like you will be door-knocking across more than twenty marginal Federal electorates. We will be having face-to-face conversations about the issues that matter, things like workers' rights and jobs, Medicare; accessible, quality education, public services, a secure retirement and a fair go for all.

If you want to Build A Better Future, join the fight for our living standards by being part of our door-knocking team in the Federal electorate of Macquarie on Saturday, September 12. Imagine how amazing it will feel to be part of such a massive movement for positive change.

We will be assembling at the Springwood Sports Club (83 Macquarie Rd, Springwood) at 9:30 am before heading out into the lower Blue Mountains community with our army activists, all of them excited about changing the conversation and the future. So don't be shy, join the rapidly growing movement for change for what is sure to be a fun and fulfilling day.


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Saturday, September 12, 2015 at 10:00 AM · 1 rsvp
Revesby Workers' Club in Revesby, Australia
*VENUE*

Knock for a Better Future - Banks

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On the weekend of September 12th and 13th thousands of union members and community activists just like you will be door-knocking across more than twenty marginal Federal electorates. We will be having face-to-face conversations about the issues that matter, things like workers' rights and jobs, Medicare; accessible, quality education, public services, a secure retirement and a fair go for all.

If you want to Build A Better Future, join the fight for our living standards by being part of our door-knocking team in the Federal electorate of Banks on Saturday, September 12. Imagine how amazing it will feel to be part of such a massive movement for positive change.

Registration and briefing 10am at the Revesby Workers' Club.


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Saturday, September 12, 2015 at 10:00 AM
Frankston North Community Centre in Frankston North, Australia
*VENUE*

Knock for a Better Future - Dunkley

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On the weekend of September 12th and 13th thousands of union members and community activists just like you will be door-knocking across more than twenty marginal Federal electorates. We will be having face-to-face conversations about the issues that matter, things like workers' rights and jobs, Medicare; accessible, quality education, public services, a secure retirement and a fair go for all.

If you want to Build A Better Future, join the fight for our living standards by being part of our door-knocking team in the Federal electorate of Dunkley on Saturday, September 12. Imagine how amazing it will feel to be part of such a massive movement for positive change.

Briefing 10am, Frankston North Community Centre, 26 Mahogany Ave, Frankston North


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