The conflict could escalate further and complicate the operation of tolls throughout the country. From SUTPA they ratified the continuity of the force measure and advanced that the claim will be extended at the national level with assemblies in each of the places where they provide services.
Meanwhile, sources from the Ministry of Labor informed INFOCIELO that thehe negotiations passed to an intermediate room until September 26.
Reconversion and complaints of mistreatment in AUBASA
Speaking to FM La Cielo, Florence Canabatesecretary general of SUTPA, said that today the “The main claim is that Ricardo Lissalde withdraw from the presidency of AUBASA”.
The problem that the workers maintain with the administration is far from being a wage issue since “we have been able to sign a joint agreement with all the activity,” said Cañabate, noting that the problem is related to the “unilateral implementation of technology by the company that does not take workers into account”.
What the trade union organization is asking for is “a serious restructuring plan to take into account the workers, the worker must be requalified and he must remain within the company, as we are doing in other accesses” held.
In addition to the lack of a reconversion plan, there are complaints of mistreatment and harassment by Ricardo Lissalde. Canabate: “There are videos and audios in which that person is heard ignoring the workers” in a way that “it is embarrassing that he is a public official who is presiding over a company.”
In this regard, he recalled that in June of last year, when he took office, they held a meeting “because we wanted to reach a consensus and have a good deal, as in all companies, and in the first meeting he told us ‘what do you want clothes for if you don’t they work'”.