Ongoing lockouts of workers by multinational backed owners of the Port Kembla Coal Terminal have been condemned by the union as unnecessary and heavy handed.
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The CFMEU has condemned today’s move by the shareholders of the Port Kembla Coal Terminal (PKCT) to lockout 60 employees, effectively suspending them without pay, from this Sunday night.
The CFMEU will run a television advertisement highlighting the plight of almost 200 miners from the Oaky North mine in Central Queensland, who have been locked out by multinational mining giant and
This year has been defined by many hard fought victories, while some major fights continue for the CFMEU and workers in mining and energy.
Long hours, shift work and job insecurity can all put a strain on a worker’s sense of well being and put a lot of stress on relationships, too.
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