Higher Pluto turnover as workers walk

Unions claim disgruntled workers at the $13 billion Pluto project are voting with their feet with contractors reporting a higher than normal turnover rate since the motelling issue prompted half of the project's workforce to strike.


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Just a thought. Perhaps some of these so called extra 100 workers are disgruntled with the way the unions are handling it all. As I said, "Just a thought", however some workers don't like striking and the petty bickering that goes along with it all. I am fairly sure some of these extra 100 have gone because of that as well. Its always the same, we just get the union party line side of the story.

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