Today, Mitsubishi workers in Adelaide voted to accept a redundancy offer from the company, which will get them a lump sum of seven weeks’ pay in their redundancy offer, five-and-a-half weeks’ pay for every year of service, plus seven weeks notice. Manufacturing Workers Union official, John Camillo, says the workers are happy to have achieved an outcome better than Mitsubishi workers, who were made redundant in the last round job cuts. However. the issue still remains about how workers are going to find a job. John Camillo, explains to The Wires Amber North what the union has done to help make finding a job easier for Mitsubishi workers.

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