The NBR reports:
Thousands of workers from Kaitaia to Bluff will stop work for two hours on Wednesday to attend union meetings protesting against the Government’s employment laws, says the Council of Trade Unions (CTU).
Imagine the chaos if employers, contractors and sole operators stopped work every time they disagreed with government policy.
It wouldn’t happen of course because these people can’t afford to stop work on a political whim. Funny how the people they pay, can.
Is it just coincidence the strike is being called by the CTU which played a big role at the Labour conference last weekend?
Is it another coincidence that they they didn’t strike at the many actions of the previous Labour-led government which compromised productivity and provided disincentives to employment?