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    Blue Star Print Group says it's disappointed workers have decided to take industrial action

    Blue Star Print Group says it's disappointed workers have decided to take industrial action

    15 May 2018
    An overtime ban will be in place after midnight affecting two print shops in Wellington and two in Auckland.

    The notice follows the company's inability to reach a consensus with the union on the collective agreement.

    Chief Executive Jill Cowling says the company has offered a fair and reasonable wage increase.

    She says they want to make shift hours more flexible to be more competitive in a challenging print market.

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