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Stop work meeting posters Stop Work Burnie poster Stop Work Hobart poster Stop Work Lton poster SW Burnie A5 SW Hobart A5 SW Lton A5 Stop Work poster all venues all unions Stop Work Devonport poster all unions A5 Stop Work Devonport poster all unions Don’t forget we also have meetings at: St Helens stop […]
Organisers are busy visiting worksites and working with Delegates, delivering campaign materials and talking to workers about industrial action. Your Delegates are a key contact during this action, so if you do have any questions please talk to your Delegate. If you don’t have a Delegate at your worksite, contact your Organiser or the union […]
Collective walks continued this week – with a sea of red t-shirts and Tasmanians Need a Pay Rise signs at Rosny and in the Hobart CBD. At St Johns Park, New Town another walk was organised by Forensic Science Service Tasmania and Delegates at surrounding worksites. These walks are keeping the campaign front and centre […]
Since 2011 Tasmanian governments have capped the wages of Tasmanians working in the public sector, like rangers, health professionals, teachers and nurses, at 2% per annum. Premier Will Hodgman plans to continue this 2% cap until at least 2023. For many of these Tasmanians this means a struggle to make ends meet while the cost […]
JOIN THE MOVEMENT FOR CHANGE: https://changetherules.org.au/ CHANGE THE RULES FOR BETTER JOBS, BETTER SERVICES Australian Unions pushing for a better public services and jobs A big chunk of the Australian Unions’ Jobs You Can Count On Strategy is dedicated to improving public services and the jobs that deliver them. The jobs you count on […]
The services you deliver each day rely on jobs you can count on. Unions believe you deserve jobs that pay a decent wage, are secure and allow you to live quality lives. This is what the Tasmanian unions Jobs You Can Count On campaign is all about. Unions Tasmania Secretary Jessica Munday: “Tasmanian Unions […]