The controversial TNT Post pay deal, which offers workers job security in return for a pay cut, has also been rejected by members of the FNV-affiliated postal workers union.
The two other postal workers’ unions have already rejected the deal, which would give job security for between three and six years if workers agree to a 15% pay cut.
The FNV said many of its members are worried that jobs will go anyway, despite the guarantee.
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