Wednesday, August 07, 2013

Breaking overpriced union labour in New Zealand

Sixty-four Dunedin manufacturing workers will have their working week reduced by a day, following KiwiRail's decision to award a manufacturing tender offshore

Another New Zealand firm is priced out of the local market.

"I am appalled . . . it is just not right."

The local union stiff is miffed as expected.  In the global world of free trading there are real alternatives to those manufacturers infested with overpriced unionised labour and archaic work practices.  Long may the rout of unions continue.

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