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Drummond hace nueva oferta a trabajadores
El Viceministro de Relaciones Laborales convocó a los tres sindicatos de la empresa, pero Sintramienergética, el mayoritario, se negó a asistir.
Luego de 14 días de haberse declarado la huelga en la minera Drummond y tras varios días sin conversaciones entre las directivas y los sindicatos, la segunda productora de carbón del país presentó a los tres sindicatos una nueva oferta para llegar a un arreglo laboral.
Luego de una convocatoria realizada por el viceministro de Relaciones Laborales, José Noé Ríos, a los sindicatos Sintramienergética, Sintradrummond y Agretritrenes, los negociadores presentaron en Santa Marta una nueva oferta que incluye un bono de firma de 8,5 millones de pesos, así como un aumento salarial del 5 por ciento para el primer año, y del IPC más 1,5 por ciento para el segundo y tercer año.
Frente a la última oferta hay aumentos, ya que la minera planteaba un bono de 7,5 millones de pesos por la firma de la convención, más un aumento de 4,75 por ciento para el primer año, y un reajuste del IPC más el 1,25 por ciento para el segundo año, y otro del IPC más el 1,5 por ciento para el tercer año.
Según se conoció, a último momento Sintramienergética declinó asistir a la reunión, argumentando que las directivas de la minera debían realizar una reunión por separado, a lo cual la empresa no accedió, aunque remitió la propuesta por intermedio de Ríos.
Aunque para Sintramienergética un elemento clave es que se cambie el pago por horas por una remuneración diaria, la nueva propuesta de la empresa no accede a esta petición. Se pudo establecer, además, que la razón de la negativa radica en que este sindicato busca que independientemente de las horas trabajadas, los empleados reciban de forma fija las bonificaciones por horas extras y recargos nocturnos, así no los…...

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