The other week I blogged about how¬†Spotless was putting their people first by ditching them without a second thought.
The tip-line lit up about Spotless and how they‚Äôre doing this right across the country, ditching 80% of their cleaning contracts.
So now there are companies, organisations and schools up and down the country all being affect by Part 6A thanks to Simon Bridges‚Äô Employment Relations legislation.
Spotless also just happens to be a key member of the cartel like Building Service Contractors or BSC for short, happily chucking them $20k a year in membership fees.
We all know how close the BSC‚Äôs El Presidente Patrick Lee-Lo is to the unions, so it‚Äôs no surprise that the newish CEO Lillian Small has also been drawn into the union vortex.
Here‚Äôs Lillian‚Äôs spin from a¬†BSC release following their MECA discussions¬†with their union mates.
‚ÄúThe MECA is a strong point of difference between companies which are members¬†of BSC and those which are not.¬†Businesses contracting a BSC member can be confident¬†they are using a¬†reputable company which treats its cleaning staff fairly, ensuring¬†fair pay, reasonable hours and safe conditions.‚ÄĚ
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