WHEN: 11 am TODAY Saturday 12 June 2021
WHERE: 16 Kellogg Road, Rooty Hill NSW 2766
WHAT: General Mills workers on strike.
WHO: Shadow Industrial Relations Minister Tony Burke to visit between 11 am and 12:30 pm, United Workers Union spokesperson Tom Sayers and striking workers.
VISUALS: Workers on strike with placards and families enjoying a barbecue with the General Mills Factory in the background.
On the ninth day of their indefinite strike, gutsy General Mills food production workers will hold a family barbecue at the gates of the General Mills factory in Rooty Hill.
Special guest, Shadow Industrial Relations Minister Tony Burke, will join the workers who have been on strike for nine days in an effort to secure fair wages and conditions.
General Mills, which produces popular food brands such as Old El Paso and Latina Fresh, is an American based multinational corporation which recorded a revenue of US $17.6 billion last year.
Meanwhile the company is hoping to further entrench job insecurity, remove workers’ rights and increase obligations for weekend work while refusing a decent pay rise for workers.
NOTE: Everyone attending this event will be expected to adhere to the COVID Safe Plan in place at the site.
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