Since April 28, the union has said it is ready to resolve the conflict, which has provoked Olimeline’s management against 1,100 workers at a butchery in Wally-Junction in Pius. The employment contract of about 1,050 employees expired on April 1st.
But the final talks on July 1 and 2 did not take the turn expected by the union.
This makes no sense, In an interview with Radio-Canada, was taken away by Martin Morris, president of the Olime Wally-Junction Union.
After several weeks of negotiations, after several compromise dates, we thought we had made some progress, so we offered a chance, following which we thought we had a deal yesterday, and we stopped for 24 hours to get feedback. Only on employer vacation, He explained.
Mr. This is the second time the employer has used this strategy, according to Maurice.
The union regrets that further talks could take place only after July 19.
They clearly want to starve the workers and divide us. This is disrespectful to the employer, He started, very bitter.
We are united and will not allow alimony to divide or loosen us because all we want is a negotiated agreement and enrichment for all, Mr. Maurice finished.
For its part, management says it believes in a compromise process.
We just heard it, Said Richard Vignild, Corporate Communications Manager at Alimal.
A negotiation is done in two parts, so we will continue the conciliation process. […] We are not going to negotiate in Public Square, He defended himself.
The mill-driven plant is important in the industry, receiving 35,000 to 37,000 pigs per week.