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Posted 5 Oct '17

APA (NSW) Member Update – Industrial Action

APA (NSW) Member Update

Industrial Action

Friday 6 October 2017

Dear Member,

We refer to our member update issued earlier today with respect to industrial action in the Hunter New England area. 

NSWA lodged the matter in the IRC. The matter was heard urgently this afternoon and formal dispute orders (attached here) were issued against us by the IRC to suspend the bans.

Due to APA (NSW)’s respect for the IRC, the Executives has made the decision to suspend the industrial action. 

Members of the Hunter New England area is therefore directed to comply with the orders.

APA (NSW) Executive will meet in the next few days to discuss our next steps. 

Thank you to our delegates and members in the Hunter New England area for your commitment with respect to this very important issue as well as the overwhelming amount of support we have had from other areas.

Regards,

APA (NSW) Executive

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A printable copy of this update may be found here. 

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