Key asked Unions to name and shame so the Unions name and shame
Unions begin 'name and shame' campaign
A former pharmacy employee who said she lost her job as a direct result of the 90-day-trial employment law, is now appearing in an online campaign to push the unions' cause.
Isn't it great seeing the Unions and John Key working together again? Key asked the Unions to name and shame any boss man who was abusing the 90 day right to sack, and they are, that's partnership on labour relations isn't it folks?
The 90 day right to sack will not provide more work for those on the margins, the Department of Labour report Key used to claim this actually says there is NO evidence for that belief by using a 90 day right to sack and in fact the trial showed the boss man used the 90 day right to sack to sack one in 5 workers. Based on that trail, and with 400 000 new workers each year, this scheme could cost 80 000 NZ jobs.
This has nothing to do with productivity and everything to do with raising corporate donations for the 2011 election war chest with a bit of good old fashioned union bashing.