Workers will receive a fair pay and safety protections with the Crown Prince committing to implementing demands made by the construction union.
The key concession comes several days after the government said the benefit of a “roof over your head” was more than enough in response to union demands.
Crown Prince Gobblin I said the government recognises Pavia was built by workers, in a letter to the union.
“We would not be the cultural and architectural powerhouse we are today without them”, he said.
“My government is excited to work with your organisation to rapidly deliver these reforms to ensure the safety of all workers.”
Union welcomes concession
Organisers for the Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Engineering Union welcomed the government response.
“The CFMMEU is pleased to see that it’s requests from the Pavian Government were met”said paronaayne, secretary of the CFMMEU.
“These concessions mean better working conditions, more rights for Pavian citizens, and less poverty for the working-class.”
“Union representation on the Pavian safety bureau will ensure that workers return home safely to their families at the end of their day toiling.”
“We are glad the Pavian Government sees constructive dialogue and engagement with the CFMMEU as a way to make Pavia better for all citizens.”
CaesarBiggles, Duke of Caesaria, has been appointed by the Crown Prince as the duke responsible for labour and will work with the Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Engineering Union to deliver the reforms.
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