Optus' plans to sack 440 workers over the next two months have brought a scathing reaction from the CEPU Communications Union, with the union labelling the decision as another “devastating blow” to workers .
The union representing Telstra workers claims the telco is forcing those who will not be affected by the sackings announced in June, as part of its new strategy known as Telstra2022, to take a cut in their take-home pay.
The union representing Telstra works says "Telstra’s already poor customer satisfaction levels will go from bad to horrendous if the telco pushes ahead with its plans to axe 8000 jobs".
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