Spotless and Union find common ground

Published: Tue 24 Jul 2007 10:44 AM
Spotless and Union find common ground
Spotless Service Ltd and the Service and Food Workers Union have today jointly announced a way forward in the current hospital dispute.
The company and the union have agreed on terms that are intended to deliver significant pay rises for the workforce as well as setting out the parameters for the parties to move towards concluding collective bargaining.
Both parties have agreed to hold off industrial action to enable the bargaining to proceed.
Both the company and union hope to conclude the bargaining within two weeks.
Service and Food Workers Union Nga Ringa Tota

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