Demand WesTrac resumes bargaining
WesTrac is refusing to talk to its workforce and resume negotiations and refuses to speak to union representatives.
This comes after the employer has been actively trying to strip conditions from its workforce.
WesTrac employees took a small 1.9% offer in their last agreement because the times were tough on the condition the company would pass on the profits when it was growing again.
WesTrac is now expecting 40% growth this financial year and is still trying to undercut it's workforce at every opportunity.
AWU members have been undergoing protected industrial action and will continue to until WesTrac starts to play ball and brings a decent offer to the table.
Stand in solidarity with WesTrac members and call on WesTrac to accept the AWUs invitation to resume negotiations.
Victorian Trades Hall Council
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