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Manufacturing Matters - August/September 2016

All the latest WA AMWU news in the August/September '16 issue of Manufacturing Matters. Click below to download.

  • Manufacturing_Matters_-_August-September_16_-_Cover.pngBattle of Collie continues - Griffin Maintenance EBA cancellation sends shockwaves through town
  • ACTU President Ged Kearney takes ‘Better Future’ message to Komatsu
  • The West printers ink crucial EA deal to preserve entitlements and family living standards
  • National links help Orora beverages bargaining team
  • Member reinstated at BAE Henderson
  • A doctor's appointment is a private affair - your rights at work when seeking medical treatment
  • AMWU in our communities: The AMWU has again been an integral part of NAIDOC week celebrations in Midland, which saw a record 1500 people attend the family fun day
  • And more! Click here to download (2.8MB).

If you want printed copies for your workplace, just email WA Media Officer Tom Palmer at tom.palmer@amwu.asn.au or call 9223 0800.

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