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Wednesday, January 30, 2013
ACTU WILL FIGHT FOR CASUAL WORKERS
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Yesterday, the Prime Minister announced that this year’s federal
election will be held on Saturday, 14 September.
It is up
to us to make sure the election is decided on the real issues of
importance for the future of Australians, such as job and income
security and investment in public services and decent jobs.
the Unions Australia contact centre, we've received thousands of calls
over the last 12 months from people who are concerned about their pay
rates, job security and unfair rostering.
many Australians are finding themselves trapped in casual and contract
jobs with no security and no opportunity to plan ahead.
promise to campaign through this year to ensure that the issues of job
security, income security and rights at work are front and centre for
all political parties. We will make it clear to politicians that how
they respond to these concerns will be a big factor in how they are
judged at the ballot box.
we know when the election will be held, there is no excuse for Tony
Abbott to keep the public in the dark about his plans.
Help us with this campaign, by joining us on Facebook
and sharing this message with your friends and family. Together, we can
make sure that on September 14th, we vote to protect secure jobs.