The people who work in South Australia's power industry deserve to be treated equally for equal work.
But currently South Australian Power Networks (SAPN) management, supported by the federal government's construction industry secret police the ABCC, are trying to break the business in two, forcing the people who work there onto agreements that:
- ban mandatory hiring of apprentices
- allow cut-price unskilled labour from labour hire companies
- undermine safety and reliability for customers
- attack the job security of experienced, reliable South Australians
We are calling on SAPN management to stand up for South Australian working people and electricity consumers and appeal the ABCC decision that says our power industry workers should be covered by sub-standard construction agreements.
We support quality South Australian work, and the people who perform it.
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