Solidarity launched wage dispute
25 May 2012
On Thursday Trade Union Solidarity launched a wage dispute in the petroleum sector.
Solidarity spokesperson Marius Croucamp said employers in the sector want to implement a three-year agreement this year, while trade unions are busy negotiating for a one-year agreement.
Croucamp added that there has been no offer from the employers in terms of negotiations.
He said they find the situation appalling.
The negotiations will now be dealt with in terms of a dispute procedure which will take place in two weeks time.
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