Gabriel Griffin signed a contract at the new Wendy's outlet in Dunedin that does not guarantee weekly working hours.
Fast food workers rally against zero hour contracts outside Grey Lynn McDonald's, February 14, 2015 The wellbeing of families is threatened when workers feel insecure, writes CTU president Helen Kelly We have...
Most adult New Zealanders will work a 30-odd hour this week, and tomorrow, will do some more.
Mike Treen on platform of May Day rally in Caracas, Venezuela, in 2006 By Mike Treen, National Director, Unite Union (Reprinted from The Daily Blog) The international labour movement together with all supporters...
By Anna Burns-Francis Reporter Hardworking Kiwis keeping our fast-food and hospitality industries afloat are technically employed, but they’re not guaranteed any work.
A major survey of fast food workers in New Zealand has exposed the reality of “Zero Hour Contracts” for workers and some of the myths used to justify them.
2014 was a massive year for Fast Food workers in the U. S.
Wendy’s workers from five stores in Auckland and Papakura walked off the job yesterday over the company’s theft of their right to “alternative days” off or “lieu days” for working...
Great news from more Unite members as we get ready to kick off the campaign to end zero hours contracts.
Two McDonald’s workers from the “Fight for15 LA” campaign in Los Angeles will be visiting New Zealand from February 9 to 17.