The approximately 200 unionized employees of the SQDC accepted, on Sunday, the agreement in principle found between the CSN and the employer.
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The affected employees met at a general meeting on Sunday and accepted the agreement reached on June 23 between the union and their employer.
The agreement came after several days of strike action in many branches in the province due, in particular, to the lack of progress in wage negotiations.
In a press release, the SQDC said it was “satisfied with this beneficial agreement for all parties concerned”.
The new deal is for four years, it was reported.