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aotearoa / pacific islands | workplace struggles | press release Mittwoch Juni 09, 2021 08:48 by AWSM - Aotearoa Workers Solidarity Movement (AWSM)
A statement of support for striking nurses in Aotearoa/New Zealand.
Aotearoa Workers Solidarity Movement (AWSM) expresses its support to the 30,000 plus nurses who are going on an eight-hour strike today across Aotearoa/New Zealand. The strike is an indication of the stress and frustration caused to personnel in the health sector. Despite sacrifices made during the worst period of the covid crisis, nurses are being undervalued by District Health Boards (DHB) now that pay negotiations are being entered into.
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Who's Flexibility? Okt 08 0 comments
The General Election in New Zealand/Aotearoa took place at the end of September and so its all over and done with. More accurately, the ritual of deciding who will politically rule over us has ended. The election of our bosses in the workplace never happened. The end result in both cases is the same. We are faced with a ruling class that feels emboldened to attack workers when it senses opportunities to do so. The latest piece of ammunition the government is preparing to lob our way comes in the form of a bland sounding piece of legislation, the Employment Relations Amendment Bill. This law was delayed prior to the election, due to the resignation of the now ex-MP criminal John Banks, but will be enacted within the next 100 days. What is the bill about?
Solidarity #6 - Free newssheet from AWSM Mär 02 0 comments
The sixth issue of Solidarity, free newssheet of the Aotearoa Workers Solidarity Movement. Download the .pdf at http://www.awsm.org.nz/solidarity/issue6.pdf (1.44MB), or visit our website to read the contents online - http://awsm.org.nz/?p=243.
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The New Zealand Government has announced that it will subsidise the Mc Donalds fast food chain for taking on young unemployed workers. In effect therefore the company is recieving corporate welfare, with the government acting as its Human Resources Dept. Below is a satirical response.
I am organising a campaign called SuperSizeMyPay.Com with other organisers at the Union I work for in Aotearoa/New Zealand to fight for a higher minimum wage, the abolision of youth rates and secure hours in the Fast Food industry and to get this legislated.
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