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New Zealand McDonald's workers gain new collective agreement

8 June 2017 News
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Members of the IUF-affiliated Unite Union in New Zealand have overwhelmingly endorsed the agreement reached by the bargaining group and McDonald's. The main points of the agreement are pay increases of the minimum hourly wage plus NZD 10 cents each year for three years, 100% guaranteed "agreed hours" each week every week, additional available shifts to be notified electronically before new staff are hired, and a two-week redundancy payment if a store closes, which is a first step in this area.

The agreement covers all McDonald's restaurants in New Zealand, including those franchised, and the improvements apply only to Unite members.

More information and the full terms of settlement are available on Unite Union website

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