Workers urged to avoid ‘one of the most perilous cleaning jobs in the world’

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Australian cleaners have been offered the chance to “earn some good money” in Japan – but others recipients are being urged to ignore the offer.

United Workers Union is telling employees of cleaning giant Broadspectrum not to take up the company’s offer, which has been spruiked as a “great opportunity” to “earn some good money” in Japan.

“Hi all a really great opportunity has arrived,” a text message sent to staff read, according to the union. “This is specialised cleaning, requiring extra training and equipment. We also don’t know what the health and safety rules are in Japan so would be concerned that appropriate steps are not being taken to protect workers.”

“The information provided is unbelievably scanty for the huge expectation that some of their workforce will put up their hands for one of the most perilous cleaning jobs in the world at the moment,” Ms Ryan said in a statement.

 

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In exchange for a good payment and a 6pack of Corona.

Fucking Broadspectrum

Come for a working holiday, they said. It will be fine, they said. Yeah... nah.

How's the competition going to rename the ship?

I will do it in return for permanent residency

clean it up yourself japan

Geez...what could go wrong 🤦‍♀️

Wtf ? Please explain

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