Peter Dunne has failed to understand the simplicity of Jami-lee Ross’ bill restoring the status quo before the Employment Relation Act 2000.
He said he would not be backing National MP Jami-Lee Ross’s bill allowing employers to hire contract workers when their employees go on strike.
Mr Dunne said it was a step too far and he thought the right to strike was an important part of industrial law.
“I think this is really the Ports of Auckland Bill, frankly. And while I understand the motivation behind it, I think it’s too big of a sledgehammer to deal with this specific issue.
“I think that there will be people who will misuse it, and I think that’s detrimental.” Read more »