Hurley Janitorial Staff End Strike at Pearson International Airport

    TORONTO, Aug. 22 /CNW/ - The Hurley Corporation is pleased to announce
that janitorial staff members at Pearson International Airport have voted
overwhelmingly to accept the terms of a new three year contract and end their
nine day strike.
    Hurley believes the agreement serves the needs of both their employees
and their customers. They also believe the agreement reflects the realities of
both the aviation industry and the general economic climate.
    Hurley would like to thank the Greater Toronto Airports Authority for
their full support during the strike and their demonstration of a genuine
partnership with Hurley in the protection and preservation of their facilities
during the work stoppage. Hurley Corporation's excellent internal and external
support resources allowed for the continuation of a clean and safe environment
at Canada's busiest airport during this difficult time.
    Hurley would also like to thank their valued employees for ratifying this
agreement and they look forward to moving ahead together.
    They expect the normalization of services at 23:00 on August 22 with a
full return to work by all employees at terminals one and three. At that time
contingency staffing plan executed by the company will be discontinued.
    Finally Hurley wants to thank all involved in finding a quick resolution
to this short work stoppage and they apologize for any inconvenience that this
situation may have caused.

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