Tomorrow, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) will meet to discuss whether to deliver an interest rate for the twelfth time since April last year.
If the decision is to lift interest rates yet again, it will be corporate profiteering – the greed-price spiral – that is to blame.
Between the RBA and big business, average Australians are bearing all the pain of a situation they did not cause and have little control over.
Nearly two millions union members stood up again big business and fought for – and won – a pay rise.
Joining your union at this time is the most powerful and valuable decision you can make. Why? Two reasons:
1) The bigger our movement, the louder and stronger our collective voice is.
2) On average, union members earn $312 more per week than non-members.
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