Sack or be sacked

Written By: - Date published: 11:39 am, April 16th, 2012 - 15 comments
Categories: capitalism, class war - Tags: , ,

Ports of Auckland management admit they gave Slater/Lusk the confidential employment details of a worker who criticised the bosses’ disastrous bargaining strategy. At least 2 other workers were victims of the same misdeed. CEO Tony Gibson needs to sack the senior staff responsible. If he can’t or won’t, he’s incompetent or complicit and ought to go himself.

It’ll be very interesting to see what documents regarding these dirty tactics and the Port’s pre-planned bargaining strategy come to light during the discovery process for facilitation.

15 comments on “Sack or be sacked”

  1. captain hook 1

    the thing is poal are into anarchy so they can steal the workers jobs from them and re-allocate them.
    its theft pure and simple.

  2. Kevin 2

    The appropriate place to test the ethics and legality of the leaks is in the employment court. The affected parties would be best advised to take a case to the Courts and seek a ruling.

  3. Matthew Hooton 3

    There are now iPredict stocks available on this issue:

  4. captain hook 4

    ipredict ipredict will be involved in a lengthy court case that will close their betting operations in new zealand.

    • bbfloyd 4.1

      that would be a losing bet….. no laws being broken…. no privacy laws especially…..

      time to let the arseholes on rodneys junket face real scrutiny……. may this just be the first of the “old boy” boards he foisted on us to be exposed as the frauds they are…

  5. higherstandard 5

    This is not how it works in real life – to see how it does I suggest you read the managerial ethos as below.

    • Colonial Viper 5.1

      Dilbert – caught the essence of a former Wellington based workplace of mine!!!

  6. fender 6

    Yes I agree, this has to be a sackable offense and could well have come from the very top. The PoAL management have proven to be incompetent as caretakers of this vital Auck. infrastructure with their destructive ineptitude. They need to go.

    Len and the other superheros need to show some LEADERSHIP.

  7. Pete 7

    “When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall one by one, an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle.” – Edmund Burke

  8. John72 8

    Luke 10: 30-37
    Some people can not accept help graciously.

  9. John72 9

    TV ONE WX features a beautiful photo of Auckland harbour, with the cranes on one wharf in the center. How many kids can skite “My Dad drives that crane”?
    Do kids still skite about Dad?

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