The Employment Relations Authority has fined the Ports of Auckland $40,000 for illegally employing strike breaking contractors during industrial action at the Port earlier this year.
Yearly Archives: 2012
In a response to a letter received today from the Mayor of Auckland Len Brown on the Ports of Auckland dispute, the Maritime Union says it is committed to continuing to make every effort to settle a collective agreement with POAL.
As part of the facilitation process, the Facilitator agreed with the parties (Maritime Union of New Zealand and Ports of Auckland Limited) that he would write to stakeholders to update them on progress, including position papers from both parties, which could be made public.
Maritime Union of New Zealand members at Ports of Auckland have backed their Union with a vote of confidence.
A full meeting of Maritime Union members at the Ports of Auckland was held this morning Monday 12 November 7–9am at Auckland’s Maritime Club.
Maritime Union members at the Ports of Auckland will be gathering at Teal Park on Friday 5 October 2012 from 2pm until 3.30pm (next to the entrance to the Fergusson Terminal on Tamaki Drive.)
The release of an internal email today shows that ACIL is confused about their role in the Port of Auckland dispute, says the Maritime Union.
The Maritime Union says a new members bill that will increase the transparency and accountability of publicly owned New Zealand ports is a positive move and has wide support.
The Maritime Union says ACIL, the sole shareholder of the Ports of Auckland Limited (POAL), must shine a spotlight on the role played by port management and POAL Board of Directors in the current industrial dispute.
One of the Ports of Auckland strikers wants a public apology after leaked private information about his wife’s death became a weapon in the industrial action early this year.