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***MEDIA ALERT*** ETU members to rally outside Evoenergy HQ

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***MEDIA ALERT***
ETU members to rally outside Evoenergy HQ

Electrical Trades Union members and activists will rally at the front of Evoenergy’s head office on Tuesday morning.

Despite the worst cost of living crisis in recent memory, the company’s pay offer amounts to a paltry eight percent over three years, a significant cut to real wages with annual inflation running at six per cent.

Who: ETU members and NSW Secretary Allen Hicks rally at Evoenergy head office
When: 8:15am, Tuesday 1 August 2023
Where: Evoenergy head office, 40 Bunda Street Canberra
Contact: Nick Lucchinelli 0422 229 032 or Peter Moss 0404 895 999

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