The CEPU Communications Union claims homes and businesses across Australia suffered from faults without technician support or repairs and missed installations due to a meltdown on Thursday of Telstra’s internal job allocation system that controls sending workers and contractors to a job.
The union that covers Telstra workers has pointed out that the nationwide outage suffered by the telco came soon after the company announced the sacking of 360 technical field employees.
ANALYSIS The big news at Telstra's annual general meeting on Tuesday wasn't the fact that the telco reported another drop in profits. Rather it was that the top executives still expected bonuses after another performance that could hardly be described as stellar.
Another credit card to rip off customers. Good one Coles!
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