The link below retrieves the statement by FTUC National Secretary Felix Anthony in response to uncalled for comments made against union leaders by the Regime leader, Frank Bainimarama.
The link below retrieves a statement by the FTUC National Secretary, Felix Anthony.
Mr Anthony urges the government to stop blaming unions for its own failures and the negative effects their decrees have had on Fiji workers.
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The link above is a campaign organised by the ACTU, CTU, Equal Times and ITUC to demand the Fiji regime to respect workers’ rights. Please participate in the campaign to reinstate the rights of workers, for you and your children, that this regime has sabotaged.
A release from the ACTU on the launched internarional campaign against the Fiji government’s demoralising of workers.
The Council of Trade Unions also showed support for the international campaign against Fiji with a statement through the above link.
Please refer to the attached press release by the FTUC National Secretary, Felix Anthony.
The PR is a response to the scathing comments made by the Attorney-General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum on union sabotage of tourism jobs.
Please click on the link below to retrieve the statement
HAPPY MAY DAY EVERYONE!!!!
BRAVO TO THOSE WHO FOUGHT FOR THE 8-HOUR WORKING DAY BACK IN THE MID-LATE 19TH CENTURY.
IT IS GLOBALLY CELEBRATED ON MAY 1 AND KNOWN AS THE INTERNATIONAL, WORKERS DAY IN MANY COUNTRIES.
ACROSS THE WORLD THE EIGHT-HOUR WORKING DAY IS CONSIDERED THE FAIREST WORKING HOURS IN A DAY FOR PEOPLE IN ANY INDUSTRY.
EIGHT HOURS LABOUR, EIGHT HOURS RECREATION AND EIGHT HOURS REST….