- Wages, schedules, and working requirements are among the top problems.
- Croupiers at the Montreal Casino stepped off the job following delayed agreement negotiations with their employer over the weekend.
Croupiers at the Montreal Casino stepped off the job following a shock four-hour strike on Sunday.
The employees are accusing slowed negotiations over their new joint contract, which came to a spot last weekend.
The collective contract that controls the working conditions of 521 dealers passed on March 31, 2020, with earnings and schedules among the top problems at stake.
“Things went well today despite the hefty rain,” said union representative Jean-Pierre Proulx on Sunday evening. “It’s mainly to show against our work hours,” he said. “[And] our working needs.”
Agreement talks will restart on Tuesday with a negotiator, he stated.
Loto-Quebec, which overlooks the region’s casinos, said customers could still access gaming tables beside the poker room during the strike.
Source – cbc.ca