Posted: Monday, June 15, 2020. 1:48 pm CST.
By Aaron Humes: They have always been a vocal bunch – indeed they were recently on the march concerning issues with sugar trailers.
But the stevedores working the waterfront must meet and properly decide whether they will support their office mates at the Port of Belize Limited.
President Evan “Mose” Hyde did not wish to preempt that decision today, but he allowed that the stevedores have their own continuing issues with Port management and it was a wonder there wasn’t more “action” on the waterfront.
Neither stevedores nor staff workers have resolved their Collective Bargaining Agreement negotiations and until recently the stevedores had threatened industrial action.
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