Cargill union members could strike after 98 per cent reject contract offer

Cargill union members could strike after 98 per cent reject contract offer

Cargill union members could strike after 98 per cent reject contract offer A strike would come as prices of red meat approach record highs in North America amid supply chain disruptions Article content Unionized workers with Cargill have voted overwhelmingly against the company’s latest contract offer, putting them in a position to strike as early as Dec. 6. Advertisement Article content UFCW Local 401, the union that represents about 2,400 workers at Cargill’s two Alberta meat processing and packaging facilities, said in 98 per cent of its workers rejected the offer. The near-unanimous rejection shows the need for the employer to rebuild trust in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, UFCW Local 401 President Thomas Hesse tap here to see other videos from our team. Cargill union members could strike …
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