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Young Workers Emergency Meeting on Penalty Rates

Our pay and conditions are under attack - now it's time that we fight back against these unfair cuts to our wages!

We're hosting an emergency meeting to start planning the campaign to defend penalty rates - and we want YOU.

Whether you're a seasoned pro who has come to the Young Workers Centre a million times before, or a total newbie, it doesn't matter - we'll only win this campaign if we all pitch in.

Young people who work weekends aren't doing it for fun - they're doing it because it's a necessity. Thousands of young Australians rely on their penalty rates to put food on the table, a roof over their heads, or just buy those overpriced University textbooks.

Weekend workers don't deserve this pay cut - so join us from 6:30pm @ Trades Hall as we plan our campaign to fight back!

Click here to download a printable flyer


PS - This event is for people aged 30 and under. Over 30? Want to get involved in the campaign to stop cuts to our wages? Check out: www.weareunion.org.au

The Young Workers Centre strives to run inclusive and accessible events. Please contact Nadia Montague on 0434912556 to discuss any necessary accessibility requirements.

 

 

 

WHEN
March 15, 2017 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm
WHERE
Trades Hall
CONTACT
Nadia Montague · · 0434912556
268 RSVPS
Patrick Stephenson Rory O'kane Sue Bolton Toby Silcock Carolyn Bian Clare Ozich Laddy Macbeth Anna Katarina Naziul Khan Hannah Buchan Renee McCarthy Alice Smith Clare Burns Jonathan Pipke Tim Lo Surdo Cameron Busselenotten Notamanda Simon Ørbæk Simon Oerbaek Steven Blacker Claire Boland Mark Hill Rosheen Scannell Claudia Murnong Sarah Gregson Daniel Lopez Matthew Holland Katy Hampson Amedeo D Rachel Kelly Rose Sedgwick Jaydan Corrie Andrew Cheong Tim Benfatto Darcy Simonsen Natasha Podesser Nicholas Virgo Abby Stapleton Nathalie Sim Priiyan Sathiyaseelan Jess Dawson-Field Will Young Maddy Webster Bonnie Seymour Audrey Nikopoulos Olga Lisinska Jasmine Nguyen Emily Foley Lily Neilson

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