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PBL asks for mediation; CWU rejects it

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The Port of Belize (PBL) and the Christian Workers Union (CWU) have engaged in a back and forth over the past week via press releases. As such, the PBL decided it was time for a mediation exercise, but the CWU will not budge so easily.

The Port of Belize (PBL) and the Christian Workers Union (CWU) have engaged in a back and forth over the past week via press releases. As such, the PBL decided it was time for a mediation exercise, but the CWU will not budge so easily. Today, PBL issued a release  stating that the CWU has rejected their proposal for an independent mediation to address the issues between them. According to PBL, on July 27 they met with members of CWU and proposed an appointment of a mediator so that both parties can table their issues in front of a representative from the Ministry of Labor. The release stated quote “As an act of good faith to encourage the CWU to come to the mediation table, PBL announced it had restored the full salary of general staff commencing July 27.” end of quote. PBL also stated that if CWU agreed to meet, their members would resume their duties at PBL for the duration of the mediation process. The company stated that they are disappointed that CWU rejected the opportunity to resolve the issues between them. PBL has called on the Ministry of Labour and the Labour Commissioner to ensure that the illegal strikes are discontinued and all strike action is in compliance with the Laws of Belize.

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