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Sydney ferry workers stage strike against unfair work conditions Read more
They are also demanding the scrapping of the $10,000 salary cap for new recruits, to be funded through an $8,000 cut in the budget.
But with the government in an uproar about the wages of some employees at the Westpac, the AFLW has been arguing that the $10,000 salary cap would be pa바카라사이트id for by the union and the rest would be raised by the state.
AFLW president Michael Sanguinetti told Guardian Australia the pay scale and cap were “unfair” and “will create hardship”.
“People will want to go to different locations and for us that has the potential of actually forcing people to move out of their area. And it’s a really bad thing,” he said. “It’s not fair to the people it’s really unfair to the state and it really shouldn’t be happening. And we think there are some pretty major structural structural problems in WA and I think the government needs to sort that out and get rid of that structure.”
The union said that while it did not feel its members’ lives were in jeopardy, it h카지노 사이트ad been approached by businesses that were looking at whether to move into Western Australia.
“I think it’s really important that businesses understand that if they want to expand here the state will support them because of the massive amount of funding that the state will offer,” Sanguinetti said. “The $10,000 cap would go down in real terms – in real terms.
“To me that’s a really, really damaging thing for the people out there because we understand there is already a significant loss of industry that will be lost in that move.
“At the same time there is some good news because the $10,000 cap is being removed. All the existing workers, there is about 600 now, have been released from the lockout to apply for jobs, jobs that will continue to be available until the pay scheme is paid.”
Sanguinetti said he believed the $10,000 cap would eventually be replaced with a national minimum wage.
“In the future when the state will actually have more money for things like workforce engagement programs … but not this sort of high level pay system, there will be a higher pay package and this will be in addition to what all the workforce engagement programs currently put into place,” he said.
But the Western Australia government was not rea바카라dy to back off its demands on Tuesday, with