(Unifor via CNW)
One of Canada’s largest international parcel shipping companies has received 72-hour strike notice after bargaining between DHL and Unifor has stalled.
“We’re left with no other choice if DHL won’t take concessions off the bargaining table,” said Mario Santos, Unifor National Representative. “The level of disruption that DHL is inviting for customers is unfortunate, but avoidable.”
Unifor’s 800 members will be in a legal strike position as of Monday, February 6 at 12:01 a.m. E.T. DHL’s regional offices are located on or near airport properties across Canada, which could cause complications for some airports’ operations. Click here to read more.