A Cinderella Story or The Case of The Mass Miscommunications?

In 2013 the court case was pretty much straightforward. Management wanted to have two separate agreements. One CLA for the management team and a separate CLA for the workers. Documents to substantiate their preference were lacking in substance and the decision by the labor mediator was simple: one CLA for all. Despite the court case […]

In 2013 the court case was pretty much straightforward. Management wanted to have two separate agreements. One CLA for the management team and a separate CLA for the workers. Documents to substantiate their preference were lacking in substance and the decision by the labor mediator was simple: one CLA for all.

Despite the court case brought forward by the management of the company, there was no way for the court to go against the decision of the government-appointed labor mediator whose decision was binding. Such final decisions are difficult to reverse, if even possible.

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Who are we talking about here?

We are talking about The Case of St. Maarten Cable TV vs St. Maarten Communications Union (SMCU).

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Source: StMaartenNews http://stmaartennews.com/business/cinderella-story-case-mass-miscommunications/

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