Productivity hike “rewarded with the sack,” says MUA
Maritime Union of Australia national secretary Paddy Crumlin has slammed Asciano, owner of the stevedore Patrick, for “rewarding” a 15-20% increase in productivity at Port Botany with redundancies.
Asciano yesterday presented its 2011-12 annual result at a meeting in Sydney.
Answering a question during the presentation, Patrick Terminals director Alistair Field said that since the company and the union agreed to an enterprise bargaining agreement earlier this...
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