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Union protest against casual employment and mass dismissal at Phillips Seafood plant in Indonesia

6 May 2015 News
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Workers from the Phillips Seafood plant, Lampung, Indonesia are fighting back after 171 workers were brutally sacked between April 27-29. Their bosses just posted a notice on the bulletin board saying workers jobs were terminated. All of the affected workers had been with the company from 3 to 9 years in precarious conditions as daily workers.
On May 4, 2015 the terminated workers with the support of the IUF-affiliated union FSBL, staged a protest outside of the factory gates to demand reinstatement and permanent work status.