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AWU WIN | CANNINGTON MEMBERS VOTE NO TO DODGY WAGE CUTS

August 6, 2020

AWU WIN | CANNINGTON MEMBERS VOTE NO TO DODGY WAGE CUTS

 

In a major win for local workers, AWU members at ESS Cannington have voted to reject Compass Groups dodgy cuts to their terms and conditions.

Using the COVID-19 pandemic as an excuse, Compass tried to push through a deal that would:

  1. Slash your pay by up to $27 thousand a year
  2. Cut back your penalty rates
  3. Rolling back overtime and allowances

However, AWU members refused to be ripped off, standing together and overwhelmingly voting to reject this disgraceful attack on workers terms and conditions.

This was despite Compass using every desperate tactic available to them to try and push this through.

While this is great news, we know the fight isn’t over yet.

Compass has made it clear that they’ll stop at nothing to try and nothing to rob you of your wages and penalty rates, and we’re expecting them to try this again.

There’s never been a more important time to be a member of the AWU.

We’ll keep fighting back against these unfair cuts, but we need as many people on our side as possible.

Speak to a non-member about joining the AWU today to help put a stop to Compass’s dodgy cuts.

There has never been a more important time to be a member of your union – join today.

Be a part of our community.

Join the AWU.

Stronger together.
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