24-hour strike at the Société québécoise des infrastructures
The 500 union members work mainly in the fields of building, engineering and even heating. (File photo)
The union members of the Société québécoise des infrastructures will strike for 24 hours on Wednesday, in order to put pressure on their employer, while the collective agreement does not ;has not been renewed since March 2020.
These workers, members of a local of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) affiliated with the FTQ, hold a mandate five-day strike to be exercised at the appropriate time. Essential services will be maintained.
The union has approximately 500 members.
The strikers will picket in Montreal, Quebec and in some regions, in front of the offices of the Société québécoise des infrastructures, CUPE said on Tuesday.
The dispute concerns wages and the criterion of seniority in the #x27;assignment of positions.
These 500 employees work as workers, office workers and technicians, in the fields of building, engineering, heating, for example.