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Workers at Asahi Australia need permanent jobs, not casual work

1 June 2017 Urgent Action
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When Japan's Asahi Group acquired Australian bottled water company MountainH20, they announced ambitious plans to grow the business and double the workforce.  Three years after the company set up a bottling plant in Albury-Wodonga, 50% of the workers at the factory are still stuck in insecure casual employment.

Casual work condemns workers to permanent insecurity and inequality of treatment. The IUF-affiliated National Union of Workers (NUW) is currently negotiating a new workplace agreement for the site. A key demand is the creation of 40 permanent jobs for casual workers at Asahi.

You can support their fight - CLICK HERE TO SEND A MESSAGE to the Asahi Group CEO in support of the NUW demand for 40 permanent jobs in Albury-Wodonga.

The NUW has also launched an on-line petition campaign to Asahi - you can sign their petition HERE - and you don't need an Australian postal code to sign on, use your own, wherever you are!