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Action Meeting: Stop the 90 Day Bill

Action Meeting: Stop the 90 Day Bill

Press release: Unions Wellington

Unions are stepping up the campaign against National MP Wayne Mapp's plan to set up a 90 days 'probationary' period for all new employees.

National's Bill (currently before a select committee) would mean no right of appeal against unfair dismissal in the first 90 days, and gives the boss the right to sack workers for any reason - no basis for the decision would be needed. They might just take a dislike to a worker one morning, or dismiss workers asking for a pay increase, checking their rights or joining a union.

ACTION MEETING - Find out more and how to take action! Speaker: Luci Highfield (Service and Food Worker Organiser) Wednesday the 5th of July, 12:30pm

Centre for Global Action James Smiths Building, Level 2 cnr Cuba and Manners Streets (for more details dropthebill@gmail.com ) organised by Unions Wellington

There's also a chance to find out more about current and upcoming union campaigns!

For more info about the bill: http://www.union.org.nz/campaigns/90daysbill.html

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