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Postby NC » Mon May 15, 2006 9:35 pm

Well, I guess there are some cracks forming in brother Mc Namara's solidarity... Read it Here
...The executive and negotiating committees are very proud of the membership for their continued support and they can be reassured that the committee is strongly committed to working towards a positive resolve to this lockout on their behalf.

Our last meeting, which was requested by the company through the provincially appointed conciliator, on Easter weekend produced two proposals along with a recovery plan and the negotiating committees will be meeting shortly and making a counter proposal, more to follow on this later.
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Postby NC » Mon May 15, 2006 9:45 pm

I urge Stora Enso employees who want to become knowledgeable to read this short document and understand it as best they can. This is, if the CEP are even half trying, the latest information about what *your* union and *your* company are talking about.

This does not have all the answers and I would like very much for someone to explain some of this to us. I am not afraid to say that I do not know too much about Stora Enso but I would like to learn, and I think it is high time the employees got up and got involved.

The first page is rhetorical horn blowing and butt patting, but the rest is actually meat on the bone.

Oh and thanks again Admin1 for finding things we "talkers" miss.



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Postby Admin1 » Thu May 18, 2006 7:29 pm


Oh and thanks again Admin1 for finding things we "talkers" miss.
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