Union isolates Australian glass workers as plant closures loom

Workers at CSR Viridian glass making plants are being deliberately isolated by the Australian Workers Union (AWU) as the company proceeds with its plans to axe more than 200 jobs and shut the Ingleburn, Sydney plant by mid-July.    An Ingleburn worker told the WSWS: “We have been left to rot.

The union is just fighting for dribs and drabs, while we are being left to find our own way.”  

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Date: 23 April 2013
Source: www.wsws.org

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