UNIONIZED LCBO WORKERS PLAN TO HOLD STRIKE VOTE IN LATE APRIL

Apr 04, 2017

By Bob Komsic

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The 7,500 staff at the Liquor Control Board of Ontario, represented by the Ontario Public Service Employees Union, plan to hold a strike vote April 24 and 25.
Their collective agreement expired the end of March.
OPSEU says the LCBO’s demanding ”concessions” it will not accept, citing job security, scheduling and health and safety among its major concerns.
The union’s asked the Ministry of Labour to appoint a conciliator and if those talks fail, it can start the clock toward a strike.
The LCBO says it’s committed to reaching a negotiated agreement and is still optimistic that will happen.
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