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State Council Resolution

State Council Resolution

State Council Resolution Download the PDF to view the State Council Resolutions.

Stop the Sell Off

Stop the Sell Off

STOP the Sell Off Stop the Sell Off is a community lead campaign against the NSW Government and plans to privatise the NSW electricity networks or the poles and wires and… Read the full details HERE Visit the Facebook page Watch the Video  

Tony Abbott is sinking Australian Shipbuilding

Tony Abbott is sinking Australian Shipbuilding

Tony Abbott is sinking Australian Shipbuilding! As the article on the AdelaideNow website explains it appears likely that ‘Australian’ submarines will be build offshore, a major blow to SA’s defence industry and Australian jobs. Read the full article HERE

Stand up for Australian jobs and training opportunities

The Abbott Government is conducting an ‘independent’ review into the 457 visa program for temporary overseas workers. If the Government and employers get their way, they will deregulate the program, taking away important protections and safeguards that unions have fought for. Employers will no longer have to employ Australians first before employing overseas workers Employer…

WIMDOI SA Conference 2013

WIMDOI t-shirt are now available

 WIMDOI SA Conference 2013 hosted by the CEPU.    

Introducing John Adley

Introducing John Adley… With Derek Thomas leaving the CEPU, we are pleased to announce that John Adley will now be responsible for the Power Industry in South Australia. John has been with the CEPU as an Organiser since 2007. He has been responsible for Manufacturing, Government Depts and contractors in the government and Defence, including…

Power Workers SA – 12 March 2012

Power Workers SA – 12 March 2012

Additional Part-Public Holidays New Year’s Eve and Christmas Eve The CEPU welcomes the announcement by the Government, The Greens, Kelly Vincent and John Darley that they will support the historic reform to pass through Parliament next week. It shows what can be achieved when Government, Businesses and Unions work together for the betterment of the…

ABCC’s Last Stand

ABCC’s Last Stand

Abolishing the ABCC is Labor policy Dear Member The Labor Government has acted on its commitment at the 2007 and 2010 elections to introduce legislation to abolish the Australian Building and Construction Commission. This year the ABCC has been forced to admit that it illegally interrogated 203 people up to November last year, misusing the…

Half of casual works would prefer to have a secure job.

Half of casual workers would prefer to have a secure job, official data finds Half of all casual workers would prefer to have a standard, secure job, according to new research released by the ACTU today. The research, based on Australian Bureau of Statistics data, found that 1.1 million casuals would prefer to be a…

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