Glass workers strike for a fair share

Date: 5 September 2006
Source: EPMU
Workers at the Pilkington glass factory in Mt Wellington, Auckland, have walked off the job in a dispute over pay.

Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union national secretary Andrew Little said that the workers wanted a five per cent pay rise and their shift allowance increased from $3.25 a shift to $10 a shift.Workers at the Pilkington glass factory in Mt Wellington, Auckland, have walked off the job in a dispute over pay.

Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union national secretary Andrew Little said that the workers wanted a five per cent pay rise and their shift allowance increased from $3.25 a shift to $10 a shift.

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