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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.

 

WHEN
September 04, 2015 at 9am - September 21, 2015
WHERE
TBA
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    commented 2015-09-06 13:12:44 +1000
    Should read ‘Our rights at work under attack – AGAIN!’ They will never stop.
    Can’t make it to any – in Darwin. With you in spirit.
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    commented 2015-09-04 21:26:37 +1000
    If the Abbott government is allowed to get away with this, I agree that there is a danger of becoming like some third world countries on these matters! Criminal to say the least! The lucky country? Well, we’ll see about that, especially with such unequal rights between the rich and the poor. This might favor the big guns, but after a while, with no rights, who will be willing to work for them? Productivity? Get real!

    Stand up for your rights people. This is just not on!!
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    commented 2015-09-04 19:58:41 +1000
    What a diabolical situation with 7/11 not only cheating the workers on a grand scale,but has anyone asked how much tax has been avoided by understating profits.As an 83 year old TPI veteran (Korean war),I find myself having to advise my grand children that they must support their respective union.Can the current government be trusted to protect Australian workers conditions? How did 7/11 happen ,do some research and find out how African miners are under paid,have a look at Dubai and see how the Indian workers are being exploited.Up on your toes every one don’t let it happen in Australia. Raymond MOSS
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