FIP Electrical Workers:
VOTE YES in Protected Action Ballot!
VOTE NO to sub-standard non-union EBA!
Don’t let the company undercut your wages and conditions – make sure you vote in two vital ballots over the next week!
The ETU has been negotiating with FIP for well over 12 months seeking significant improvement to members’ wages and conditions. At least 15 other contractors have signed up to union EBAs in that time, including FIP’s major competitors, setting a new industry standard.
You deserve the same rights & conditions as workers on union EBAs
The 15 union EBA companies are:
Plus City Electrical votes on union EBA 31 January
But FIP refuses to listen to or respect the company’s hard-working highly-skilled employees. Instead management is trying to ram through a document that would leave FIP employees worse off compared to workers employed by other Tier 1 electrical contractors.
FIP’s non-union EBA fails to meet industry standards, leaves workers exposed
The FIP document fails to meet industry standards in many areas:
I urge all ETU members to VOTE YES in the Protected Action Ballot mailed to your home.
VOTE NO to the company’s sub-standard EBA that could cost some workers up to $2,000.
Let’s stick together until we win the industry standard wages and conditions we deserve.
Secretary, ETU NSW & ACT
Fred Barbin, construction organiser
firstname.lastname@example.org 0437 031 840