Port Kembla Coal Terminal workers locked out again

About 60 workers at the Port Kembla Coal Terminal (PKCT) were locked out again on February 15 as the company tries to force workers to accept cuts to their wages and conditions. PKCT is locking out workers every time a ship arrives and replacing them with a temporary workforce to operate the terminal. This is their new corporate strategy — revealed in leaked documents that outlined a plan to sack and casualise the workforce. The lockout is an attempt to starve workers into submission.

The workers will rally outside the Fair Work Commission, 80 William Street, Sydney at 12.30pm on February 28 to protest against lockouts and terminations of EBAs.

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