Listen to Appin mining supervisors

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Greg Guest
9 years ago
For years the mining companies have been negotiating wages through enterprise agreements and always cry poor when it's time to renegotiate.
While employees in QLD and Western NSW earn the big bucks the established mines usually link any pay increase to the CPI and pocket the profits.
Now that the market is weakening the companies will once again cry poor and the workers will suffer while the massive profits head overseas.
Good luck to the Appin Deps and may your gains flow through to others.

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Poni Ravula
9 years ago
They know you deserve better. Well done so far, keep on the solidarity and keep on the good fight!

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Jeff Carig
9 years ago
Because workers should not be fucked over.

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Stephen Long
9 years ago
fairness in industrial realtions

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David Smith
9 years ago
The genuine right to collective bargaining is at stake here.

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Rory Lambert
9 years ago
Mining supervisors do a great job of keeping workers and mines safe so the money keeps rolling in for BHP! Do the right thing, do the fair thing and pay the supervisors properly, BHP!

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Kristy Harper
9 years ago
Deputies who are responsible for the safety of employees at Appin mine deserve to be properly remunerated for what they do.

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Martin O'Rourke
9 years ago
Mine safey is what keeps mines going. If there is a fatality the mine shuts down and no-one wins.

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Thomas Harris-Brassil
9 years ago
Time to start treating your workers with dignity and respect.

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Mark Vallance
9 years ago
I fail to understand why Companies reward people that give them little in committment and continually gut kick staff who work above and beyond their duty.Stick to your guns and hopefully BHP and others will realise what a valueable resource they have.