Union showed they were against change

IN RESPONSE to Cr Victor Attwood, Deputy Mayor, comments on employment agreements in Ipswich Council, I would like to remind him of the protest marches held at the time

These were in regard to the privatisation of the customer service section of ICC, which happened in Ipswich, and was fully recorded by the media, also the stop work days.

If the union agreed at first to the arrangement made by Propel Partnerships, why the protests?

In response to the letter by Neil Henderson, well done, more information needs to be made public, regards the outsourcing of council customer service, and other sections, which should automatically be open to the ratepayers, and residents of Ipswich City Council.

HELEN CROOK, Walloon

 

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