Mayor’s intervention in Port of Auckland dispute welcome
CTU Media Release
29 November 2012
intervention in Port of Auckland dispute
CTU welcomes Len Brown’s intervention on
the Ports of Auckland dispute stating his strong expectation
that recommendations from the facilitation process are to be
used as a vehicle for ending the dispute.
says “we want to see this dispute settled, and welcome the
“Affiliates today showed
strong support for MUNZ and the wharfies, and like the
Maritime union, we want to see this dispute settled without
recourse to industrial action.”
“This dispute has
gone on too long – the workers at the Port need certainty
around their collective agreement. A fair and balanced
agreement is achievable, and necessary to continue a
successful, safe and productive world class Port in
“CTU and affiliates will continue to
support the Maritime union and will continue to support the
campaign for a fair collective
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