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There’s no reason to believe a merged ‘super union’ would dampen unruly behaviour.

Super union merger a cause for concern

OPINION: In any normal case, efforts to economise and gain efficiencies to best represent your stakeholders would be applauded. So why is that not the case with the proposed merger of some of the nation’s most influential unions?

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Perth
A well-written article with many points both union and non-members should read and, if possible, have an open mind and consider the impact on the economy and productivity this merger may have. We cannot allow the lawless action of these two unions to continue, let alone have them merge. I think some members (not all) need to look past the sense of the ridiculous conditions of entitlement they expect, and how industrial action can impact investment, confidence, and progress for a number of projects/developments. Members need to stand up to the unions. I am all for safety and earning a good salary, but when ridiculous wages (conditions), industrial action impacts investment, everyone in business suffers.

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