Australian Unions are campaigning to change the rules so that working people have more secure jobs and better pay.
Right now, big business has too much power. A third of them aren’t paying any tax.
And, too many big businesses are in a race to the bottom on wages and job security.
As a result, 40% of Australians are in insecure work and wages have flat-lined.
We need a wage rise and secure work. We need to change the rules to give all working people the basic rights they need to improve their living standards.
CLICK HERE to find out more and join the campaign
CLICK HERE to download the ETU's Change the Rules campaign kit
CLICK HERE to download the ACTU Change the Rules Campaign Kit
CLICK HERE to download the Change the Rules Wage Theft flyer
CLICK HERE to download the Change the Rules Inequality flyer
CLICK HERE to download the Change the Rules Youth flyer
CLICK HERE to download the Change the Rules Unions Under Attack flyer
CLICK HERE to download the Change the Rules Fist Selfie Sign
CLICK HERE to download the Change the Rules Crowd Selfie Sign
Esso Workers - the perfect case study for why we need to change the rules
Esso workers from the company's Longford gas plant are campaigning to stop a 30% pay cut and harsh new rosters.
ExxonMobil/Esso is allowing its foreign owner contractor UGLto cut Victorian wages and conditions by up to 30% and introduce harsh anti-family rosters. UGL is using underhanded tactics and loopholes in our laws to do it - including trying to force the 200 workers onto an agreement approved by just a handful of unrelated workers in Western Australia.
The workers are holding a community protest outside the Longford gas plant in south eastern Victoria 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They are campaigning to get their jobs back on fair pay and conditions.
We can't let multinationals get away with treating local workers like this. We have to teach them a lesson. Then we have to change the rules to stop this from happening again.
CLICK HERE to visit the Esso workers' campaign web site
CLICK HERE to visit the Esso workers' facebook page
CLICK HERE to visit the Make Exxon Pay Facebook page