During this last week, workers employed by a Unilever subsidiary and by the giant Woolworths supermarket chain both registered significant wins. After staying on a picket line for three months, workers at Streets ice cream, a subsidiary of the global Food giant Unilever, defeated the company’s attempts to cut wages by as much as 45%. In a separate dispute, warehouse workers for the Woolworths supermarket chain won significant wage rises for no concessions after taking a vote to go on strike during the peak Christmas period.
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