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Christian Workers Union addresses standoff with Belize City Council

Posted: Wednesday, January 27, 2021. 1:02 pm CST.

By Aaron Humes: The Christian Worker’s Union is responding to the Belize City Council as it awaits counter-proposals on the outstanding Collective Bargaining Agreement.

The CWU says it sent its initial, routine proposals in October of 2019 and has yet to receive a response from City Hall.

President Evan “Mose” Hyde said the denial of the counterproposal robs the CWU of opportunity to begin proper negotiations. It is completely unacceptable, he said, and the reality of the pandemic, no matter how devastating, is no excuse.

Workers have identified critical issues with the administration of the Council on labour issues, such as the weekend schedule of sanitation workers. Hyde says it is difficult to tell members that they have made no headway with the negotiations and the bottomline is that it has taken way too long to get this routine matter started.


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