Monday, May 07, 2007

Revenge of the Fat Cat Bosses.

What is the purpose of Workchoices, you ask?

Ross Gittins spells it out:

Now, AWAs may well offer employers more flexibility and less red tape. But that's incidental to the broader truth: the one, overwhelming reason you want employees to bargain with their employer individually rather than collectively is to reduce the employees' bargaining power.

Hey, that's my pie!