AUSTRALIA: Work stops at Campbell Soups plant as employees vote to strike
The 100-strong workforce at Campbell Soup's plant in Shepparton, north-east Victoria, voted earlier today [Thursday] to strike indefinitely over the company's failure to consult them on a policy for injured workers. "We believe [Campbell] haven't honoured our current enterprise agreement," Ray Campbell, from the Manufacturing Workers Union, explained to ABC News: "We believe they've breached it and we believe the company is the one that has taken the industrial action early.
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