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End INSecurity - Update, Competition and new leaflet download

Update 18th December 2012:

Unite's END INSECURITY campaign is going really well. Developments in the last few days:

1. The Security Association of New Zealand (representing the big security companies) has joined our call for government regulation of security which will lead to higher pay and better conditions for guards. We hope to meet with them shortly.


2. We've written to Associate Minister of Justice Chester Burrows asking to meet because he told Radio New Zealand he wasn't aware of problems in security.

INSECURITY: Fightback against Security Industry bullies

Unite Union is leading the fightback against bully bosses at security companies.

We want:

-Stable hours
-Better pay
-Stable sites for longer serving guards
-Government regulation to clean up the industry

As part of our campaign we will be picketing outside First Security, ADT-Armourguard and Rush Security offices this week. Please come and join us if you are not working and together we can improve working conditions for all security guards!

Fightback against Security Industry bullies

Unite Union is leading the fightback against bully bosses at security companies.

We want:

-Stable hours
-Better pay
-Stable sites for longer serving guards
-Government regulation to clean up the industry

As part of our campaign we will be picketing outside First Security, ADT-Armourguard and Rush Security offices this week. Please come and join us if you are not working and together we can improve working conditions for all security guards!



Wednesday 5 December:
FIRST SECURITY

Meet 9am @ Unite Union, 6 A Western Spring Rd, Kingsland.
or meet 9.30am outside First Security Cnr Arthur Brown Place and Carbine Rds, Mt Wellington

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