Anduhyaun women's shelter, child care workers return to table in effort to avert strike



    TORONTO, Nov. 15 /CNW Telbec/ - Shelter and child care workers at
Anduhyaun Inc. will return to mediation on November 19 where they will meet
with their employer in an effort to avert job action.
    Last month, the 26 members of CUPE 4232 voted 100% in favour of strike
action.
    "These workers have no desire to disrupt services to women, children and
families," said CUPE National Representative Jim Morrison. "But they want
their employer to know that they are serious about protecting their health and
safety and getting a fair contract."
    The workers have been without a contract for more than two years. They
are seeking improvements to wages, safety of staff at the shelter for abused
women and children, and job security for non-aboriginal staff.




For further information:

For further information: Jim Morrison, CUPE National Representative,
(416) 292-3999, cell (905) 243-1483; Pat Daley, CUPE Communications, (416)
616-6142

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