For 20 years the SDA and Hungry Jack’s teamed up to make dodgy deals that smashed worker rights, undermining conditions and stripping penalty rates. In return, Hungry Jack’s recruited workers to the SDA.
In 2019, Hungry Jack’s negotiated a new enterprise agreement that still left workers much worse off than the minimum Award.
RAFFWU represented members in those negotiations, demanding that workers at Hungry Jack’s enjoy at least minimum Award conditions. We won our appeal at the Fair Work Commission and improved some aspects of the deal, but it remains worse than the minimum Award.
RAFFWU continues to support our members at Hungry Jack’s, and we will be fighting for a new and fairer enterprise agreement when the next period of bargaining comes around. If you’re a worker at Hungry Jack’s and you’d like to improve conditions at your store, join us today.