Wednesday, 6 November 2013
McDonald's New Zealand has sacked union delegate Sean Bailey for speaking out about poor working conditions
McDonald's New Zealand has sacked union delegate Sean Bailey for speaking out about poor working conditions before a Parliamentary Select Committee.
His testimony exposed McDonald's failure to provide meal breaks for staff working long shifts.
After appearing before the committee, Bailey was sent a disciplinary letter from McDonald's claiming his testimony breached obligations to his employer.
This is outrageous.
Parliament rules make it clear that it is illegal to disadvantage people for providing evidence.
McDonald's is victimising a committed union activist for daring to expose the shoddy way it treats its workers.
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