Wrest Point Casino management have once again shown their pettiness by rejecting a reasonable proposal from workers, with the casino ignoring attempts by workers to end the current industrial dispute.Read more
Tasmania needs more, not less, jobs that we can count on.
The CEO of Federal Group, Greg Farrell, makes big bucks off the backs of hard-working Tasmanians. Yet instead of offering us a fair pay rise, Greg prefers to ship the profits from his Tasmanian casinos up to Sydney - where the Farrell family indulge in a profitable hobby of 107 Arabian horses.
The CEO expected employees to stand by his pro-pokies campaign, during the state election. However, Greg has failed to stand by us, getting his HR team to push a disrespectful 1.8% annual pay increase for 3 years in negotiations.
The Farrell family is part of the race to the bottom on both wages and workplace conditions in Tasmania, with Federal Group proposing to significantly water down our roster and redundancy provisions.
Tell Greg that he has a duty to ensure his casino employees have secure jobs and fair pay.
United Voice casino members have overwhelmingly voted to take protected industrial action. Tasmania’s casinos will now enter an extended period of instability, following the release of the results of the vote.Read more
United Voice, the casino union, confirms there has been a breakdown in negotiations with both Tasmanian casinos during the current pay negotiations.Read more
The resounding no vote at Country Club and Wrest Point wasn’t only a rejection of the lousy pay offer. It was a rejection of the Federal Group’s attack on our rights at work.Read more