Cement company workers to resume duties tonight

Jamaica Observer

Tuesday, April 03, 2012

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FOLLOWING an emergency meeting between workers represented by the National Workers’ Union and representatives of Caribbean Cement Company Limited today at the Ministry of Labour and Social Security in Kingston, a strike staged by the workers have been called off.

The workers have agreed to resume duties on the production line by 10:00 tonight.

Under the terms of the agreement:

Negotiations will continue on tomorrow at 10:00 am at the Ministry of Labour and Social Security in respect of a new Collective Labour Agreement and there will be no victimisation by either side, a release from the Ministry said.




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