McDonald’s New Zealand union activist sacked for telling Parliament about missing meal breaks!

4 Nov

Stop rights abuses at McDonald’s New Zealand!

Mcdosackedworker.jpgMcDonald’s New Zealand has sacked union delegate Sean Bailey for helping to expose the company’s repeated failures to provide meal breaks for many staff working more than a four-hour shift as required by law, and for giving critical testimony on this issue to a parliamentary committee.

Unite is currently involved in legal action against McDonald’s over the missing meal breaks. Bailey gave testimony to a Select Committee investigating employment law, following which he was issued a disciplinary letter stating "It appears that what you have said during the course of the select committee hearing and doing so in uniform may give rise to breaches of your obligations to your employer." The rules of Parliament expressly prohibit threatening or disadvantaging a person for presenting evidence

Click here to send a message to McDonald’s demanding his reinstatement!

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