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To: Management at StarTrack

Tell StarTrack Management: Let Us Have A Say on Our EBA!

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StarTrack employees are calling on management to give their employees a fair opportunity to meet with their union and discuss the changes they want to see in their Enterprise Agreement!

We are seeking member meetings on paid time and fair and reasonable adjustments to employee break times to accommodate the ASU member's right to meet with their Union.

Why is this important?

StarTrack workers have gone above and beyond during the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure that Australia's parcel delivery system is timely and efficient, doing crucial work to transport a huge surge in demand for online orders as well as important freight, vital medical supplies and crucial COVID-19 vaccines.

It is no secret that Australia Post Group and it's StarTrack arm of the business have recorded mega-profits during the pandemic. In an email to all staff on 23rd Feb, 2022, Australia Post CEO & Managing Director Paul Graham advised half-yearly results:
• Group revenue: $4.80 billion, up 10.4 per cent on last year
• Group profit before tax: $199.8 million, up 19.9 per cent on last year
• Parcels and Services revenue: $3.87 billion, up 13.6 per cent on last year

Graham then stated "These numbers would not have been possible without all of you and the important work you do every day."
While StarTrack has made $3.87 billion, they are refusing to allow the very same staff that turned this profit to meet during paid time to discuss their own Enterprise Agreement.

This is outrageous!

The ASU asked StarTrack to accommodate workers right to attend Union meetings by allowing the necessary changes to breaks so that workers can attend during their lunchtime.

StarTrack management should be working with the ASU to help employees make their voices heard in the enterprise agreement negotiations.

If you agree, sign the ASU petition today!



2022-04-09 07:42:08 +1000

50 signatures reached

2022-04-06 17:16:13 +1000

25 signatures reached