New Zealanders have voted against unions. 70 percent of workers once belonged to a union – now it’s just 20 percent. So Labour plans to force them on Kiwi workers whether they like it or not with “Fair Pay” Agreements.

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Reject Compulsory Unionism

Fair Pay Agreements are a relic of the 1970s which have been dusted off to help Labour’s union mates.

Just 1 in 10 workers will be able to demand a “Fair Pay” Agreement. And even if an agreement is voted against twice, every worker and firm in that industry will still be forced to sign up to it.

That’s totally undemocratic - it’s compulsory unionism. ACT will scrap them.