Make a submission to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into the workplace system

Vintage Reds are preparing a submission to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into the workplace system, but Australian Unions have made it very easy for you to have your say.  Submissions due 13 March 2015.

Please see the information Australian Unions have provided and the simple online tool they have prepared to make it easy to have your voice heard by the Commission.

"The Coalition government has launched a full scale Productivity Commission inquiry into the rights of all working Australians.

It will be a megaphone for big business to make the case for winding back our rights at work: from removing unfair dismissal protections, cutting wages and bringing back individual contracts.

To make sure the voices of ordinary Australians like you are heard, we've made it easy for you to tell the Productivity Commission what you think.

Tell them your story. Does your boss take your ideas for improving the workplace seriously? How secure do you feel in your current job? What do penalty rates mean for your family budget?

It’s up to us to make sure the Productivity Commission hears from real people about what working life is really like, and why we need better, not weaker workplace laws.

There isn't much time - submissions are due on 13 March 2015 – so make your voice heard.


In unity,


Ged and Dave



p.s. And join us in the fight for our rights. Come to the National Day of Action on 4 March


Australian Unions Team
http://www.australianunions.org.au/"


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  • Rene Cooper
    published this page in News 2015-02-25 10:33:02 +1100