JOHN HOLLAND CRN NSW EA 2019 LOG OF CLAIMS SURVEY
To: All RTBU John Holland CRN NSW Members.
JOHN HOLLAND CRN NSW EA 2019
LOG OF CLAIMS SURVEY
We would like to thank all workers who attended RTBU meetings at their depots throughout March for the purpose to discuss your upcoming enterprise agreement. Many discussions were held around the state about the importance of being union and to also collate issues that the workforce are seeking resolved and addressed in your agreement this year.
Unfortunately the Dubbo MPM meeting had to be rescheduled for April due to fatigue so we will see you soon!
In the mean time we must prepare for the upcoming negotiations by formalising your Log of Claims to present to John Holland for the purpose of beginning negotiations.
To formalise your Log of Claims we are seeking that all workers, union and non-union fill out your Log of Claims survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2S68GJ2
Now more than ever is an important time to be union.
Infrastructure Maintenance workers in ARTC NSW last year completed a fight that went on for approximately 2 years. It was a dawn of a new era in ARTC, the rise of solidarity and unionism.
They refused to accept a subpar agreement that saw their working conditions eroded and their rights to be union abolished. Although it was hard, they knew all they needed to do was stick together.
In the end and through sheer collective pressure by these workers, ARTC management caved and provided the workforce with a fair agreement which also protected their workplace conditions and union rights.
It pays to be union.
John Holland is heavily unionised which has resulted in some of the best workplace conditions in the industry.
However, you can become even stronger.
To join your workmates and stand alongside them in solidarity to increase your bargaining power in these negotiations with John Holland, contact the office on (02) 9264 2511 or firstname.lastname@example.org to join the RTBU today!
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