Unions seek strike approval from Viterra workers
Union members working for grain exporter Viterra could take strike action depending on a vote to be taken within the next 20 days.
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Viterra and the National Union of Workers (NUW) are engaged in ongoing negotiations towards a new enterprise bargaining agreement.
Fair Work Australia’s Deputy President Swan approved an application on Friday from the NUW, ordering a protected action ballot of employees who...
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