Tafe cuts spark union skill concerns
The union said that some employees had been in a dispute about whether to cut their union connections by going on strike.
Tafe said a company spokesman had told them that workers had not signed a non-solicitation agreement.
However, Tafe union member Tiziana Soutoluini said she refused to sign a non-solicitation agreement.
“I refuse to sign it as it will not be accepted by the union.
“I am angry because we are a family and I want to protect our family and you do not support us as a family,” she said.
Soutoluini said she had complained to management after being informed by her union office that it was illegal to enter into non-solicitation agreements.
She said Tafe has not taken disciplinary action against the worker, but was disappointed by the union’s actions.
Tafe has a staff o영주출장안마f 11 and employs up to 250 people. Tafe has about 800 workers.
But union spokesman David Tseguanovski told RFI that he would like to know what prompted Tafe to come to a decision.
He said the workers who had 실시간 카지노come for talks in December were still waiting for an agreement on their pay.
“What did the decision mean to them? They didn’t receive one,” Tseguanovski said.
He said those who were not able to reach an agreement could be dismissed.
The worker with whom RFI spoke said he had not decided how he would respond, but he was prepared to strike if it was called off.
“I will refuse to go on strike unless the wage is 솔레어 카지노lowered by one day,” he said.
There were talks with Tafe in October, but the talks were called off on March 1st.
Tseguanovski says Tafe has sent letters to management calling for more funds, but Tafe had said they were not needed.
“Tafe has not offered a response in more than 20 letters, which means we cannot get a response,” he said.
It was decided in October to cut pay for all workers who agreed to go on strike.
Tafe had said that workers must have a salary reduction of five per cent of base salaries before they could strike, but on Friday the pay cut did not apply.
A worker at the Tafe in Nelspruit said he is waiting for more salar