Sydney’s Train Strike Has Been Blocked By The Fair Work Commission [Updated]

The Fair Work Commission has ordered NSW rail worker to cancel its strike this coming Monday due to endangerment to economy and safety. Here are the details.

Jonathan Hamberger, Senior Deputy President of the FWC said the strike would endanger the thousands of people who use the network to commute to work and to school.

It would also, he said, cause significant damage to the economy.

Any workers who decide to ignore the Fair Work Commission order face fines of up to $12,600 per person.

Earlier today we spoke to a Sydney Train driver to hear his perspective on the current situation.

Via the ABC

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