Today the Federal Court has made Special Orders that prevent Consolidated from speaking to cleaners about whether they are planning to take industrial action.
Cleaners have a legal right to participate in industrial action against Consolidated as part of our campaign for a Cleanstart Agreement
Many cleaners are taking this action.
Consolidated have been asking cleaners about the action, and making them sign things.
Consolidated are not allowed to do this anymore.
United Voice, the cleaners union, has taken Consolidated to court about this.
In court, Special Orders have been made that mean Consolidated is not allowed to speak to cleaners about whether they are planning to take industrial action or what kind of action they are planning to take.
If supervisor or manager speaks to you or asks you to sign something about industrial action, you should:
1. Refuse to speak to them about it
2. Refuse to sign anything
3. Contact the Cleaners Union immediately on 9235 7777