Terry Pedwell, Canada Press
Published on November 15, 2018, Thursday 06:54 EST
OTTAWA – Canada Post has offered its employees a ına time-limited Canada contract in the hope of ending their strike-related parcels.
The offer to the Canadian Postal Workers' Union on Wednesday came a few hours after calling on the federal government to put an end to the provisions of the online sales and auction giant eBay contract.
Crown's four-year offer includes annual two-year wage increases and bonuses of up to $ 1000 per employee.
The suggestion that the agency is worth approximately $ 650 million includes new occupational safety provisions, including rural and suburban carriers complaining about precarious employment, and a $ 10 million health and safety fund.
However, the Canadian Post said it was only valid if the offer could only be accepted prior to the holiday exchange. The November 17 deadline for members of the Canadian Postal Workers Union was adopted to accept this agreement.
Taç said in an e-mail: önce This measure is to ensure that we can reach a solution in a timely manner and deliver to the Canadians before the holiday rushes. T
"If we can clean up the savings caused by union strike activity, and effectively deliver the fast-reaching volumes of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, this time limit is only necessary," he said.
CUPW said on Wednesday at the website that the Canadian Post has "carried out some actions to address our key priorities, but we have a long way to reach a negotiated agreement," CUPW said.
The trade union is among the most important issues related to the lack of proposals, work safety, payment for all hours worked and minimum hours. He added that the national board will come together to discuss the next steps.
Earlier in the day, the eBay Canadian president sent a letter to the prime minister late Tuesday, forcing her to end the conflict. Andrea Stairs, Canada's general manager of EBay, warned that rapid action should be taken to ensure retailers do not lose their sales on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Ve I encourage the government to investigate all available legal solutions to alleviate the current situation, İşçi a letter he wrote to the Secretary of Labor, Patty Hajdu, and Minister of Public Affairs Carla Qualtrough.
The ongoing strikes in the Canada Post will result in significant losses for small and medium-sized businesses across the country, stating the Ladder warning that smaller firms cannot negotiate lower transport costs with other shipping services.
While many businesses have been doing their best since the strikes started on October 22, Stairs said online retailers cannot maintain the adjustments they have made so far to avoid delivery cuts.
Dı Black Friday and Cyber Monday are critical sales opportunities for small and micro retailers in Canada, especially those selling to the US, the world's largest consumer market, “he wrote.
"If the Canadian Post service outages continue during this important retail sale moment, this (small businesses) would be a serious drawback in competition for US demand."
Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the annual shopping days for deep discounts, will end on November 23rd and November 26th.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said last week that if the government did not make significant progress in the post-contract negotiations, the Canadian Post would look at "all options" to end the conflict. Trudeau, although the previous Conservative government passed the law in 2011 to end a two-week postal officer's order, he did not elaborate on what measures could be taken.
The government spokesman said on Wednesday that the government has confidence in the postal service of Canadians and small businesses and encourages institutional and trade union negotiators to continue talking.
In an e-mail, Veronique Simard wrote: "We are trying to reach an agreement soon to reduce the influence of Canadians, businesses, Canada Post and its workers on both sides."
The Canadian Post said on Wednesday that an unprecedented shipment is faced and the situation could increase rapidly.
Post union members gathered in Toronto on Tuesday for the third time in the past two weeks. The latest work in Canada ended on Wednesday morning, but the collection of items pending trial and dispatch, Canada Post spokesman Jon Hamilton said.
"Now, we've passed 260 packs of packages and packages waiting to be emptied," an e-mail referring to the Gateway parcel processing facility in Hamilton, Boston.
"The union got the ballots back, but we've backed up everything we've seen in our history. With the strike, Toronto also missed two-day customer purchases, which is likely to cause the trailer total to exceed 300".
During the Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping period last year, he reached 220 in the previous summit for backlink trailers.
The union is making contracts for two parts – urban carriers, rural and suburban workers – for 50,000 members. On Tuesday, Canada's post said it failed to address key issues, including health and safety, staff cadres and job security.
The two sides are almost negotiating for almost a full year, with little success despite the support of government-appointed mediators.