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Water Corp workers protest job outsourcing

Disgruntled Water Corporation employees will be dumping bottles of dirty water on the steps of Water Minister Mia Davies’ office in Havelock St today, in protest against outsourcing.

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armadale
when a compaqny activly chases 2 percent efficency every year for 5 yhears there is very little meat left on the bone at the end .this starts to impact your business.there is a point were lack of competent staff begines to have a negitive effect. and the money saved initialy results in lost earnings.as to be expected managers start to activly target low performing sections of buisness by sacking workers and replaceing with contractors to meet the contractial obligations .they dont metion the cost of doing busness has played a mager factor in rising costs.generly out of our controll wen you are told to train a contractor that enventaly will take your job.it becomes hard to be optimistic in a hostile work place

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