Strike designed to cause ‘maximum disruption’ to management but BoM staff will continue to provide weather forecasts to public

Staff at the Bureau of Meteorology will take part in three weeks of rolling strikes designed to cause “maximum disruption” to the national weather agency’s management, as they seek to preserve working conditions for remote staff.

Up to a third of the bureau’s staff will take part in the protected industrial action from 20 July to 9 August. Union members will stop work without notice in the early mornings and evenings, refuse to answer phone calls and not respond to non-urgent media inquiries.

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