Carleton workers could strike Thursday -

Carleton workers could strike Thursday

Union representing office employees wants better early retirement packages


Although Carleton professors won’t be going on strike, that doesn’t the university will be free of labour unrest. Local 2424 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees distributed information at two main campus entrances today, the CBC reported. The union, which represents 800 professional, technical and office employees says it is pushing for more fair early voluntary retirement packages for its members. CUPE will be in a legal strike position on Thurday, but negotiations with the university continue.

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