Tag Archive | "Casualization"

Advisory: law surrounding strikes and lockouts in essential services

Following enquiries, this advisory points reporters to employment law covering strikes and lockouts in essential services.

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Unlawful lockout escalates Ports dispute

Ports of Auckland workers are shocked to learn that the Ports have moved to lock them out of their jobs.

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Wharfies welcome Port undertakings to not contract out

Members of the Maritime Union were thrilled today that following a Settlement Conference with the Employment Court, Ports of Auckland has seen sense and undertaken to halt its contracting processes and re-enter collective bargaining.

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Public rally backs secure work and sustainable Ports

Aucklanders wanting to make a stand against casualisation of work are being invited to join Ports of Auckland workers at a community rally this afternoon.

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Maritime Union offer to continue mediation

The Maritime Union believes that a small amount of progress was made at mediation with Ports of Auckland management over Thursday and Friday this week.

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Seven day full strike for Ports of Auckland

The Maritime Union has this afternoon placed a new 7 day full strike notice on the Ports of Auckland.

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Maritime Union condemns latest Ports of Auckland outsourcing move

The Ports of Auckland has confirmed that it is proceeding with a plan to sack its stevedoring workforce.

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Contracting out behind Ports of Auckland dispute – Maritime Union

The contracting out of work covered in a signed collective employment agreement between the parties is a major stumbling block in the current industrial dispute at Ports of Auckland.

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