The NSW Government is Australia's largest employer, and this ideological decision will hurt not just the 400,000 workers - but their families and their communities.
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Judith Wright with Sydney Trains Delegate and ETU President, Glen Potter.
Today we joined the @HSUNSW, @nswnma, @TeachersFed, @psansw, @asu_nsw_act and dozens of unions representing nearly 400,000 workers to condemn that NSW Government's planned 1.5% wage cap. It pulls money out of the economy when our state needs stimulus. #cutshurteverybody pic.twitter.com/qxvhmDB4yi— Unions NSW (@unionsnsw) November 3, 2020
#StopTheFreeze on public sector wages rally kicking off NOW at NSW parliament house pic.twitter.com/63VeC8f5uV— Thomas Costa (@ThomasJCosta) November 16, 2020
Public sector workers are rallying today outside NSW Parliament To fight the Berejiklian Government capping public sector wages at 1.5% in the upcoming budget. @unionsnsw @AGavrielatos pic.twitter.com/pk1CJqKK8I— Teachers Federation (@TeachersFed) November 16, 2020