After a day of demonstrations on Thursday, the 250 employees of the daily Le Soleil meet their employer on Friday morning. The big boss of Gesca, Guy Crevier, Quebec is to present an offer so-called final and final, filed Thursday afternoon.
This meeting will take place around 9 am 30 in a hotel in Québec and is expected to last one hour.
But the offer made by the employer contains nothing new, as the employees' union, which goes to the judge insulting.
The union apprehend the meeting scheduled for Friday morning. "We find that your employer is disrespectful, it's not worthy of Power Corporation, but we hope that tomorrow, the big boss of Gesca, the media arm of Power Corporation is going to come here to negotiate in good faith , not to crush us, not stepping on the head, "said on Thursday the president of the union of writing, Baptiste Ricard-Châtelain.
Sun employees are without a contract since December 31, 2009. Sun unions represent about 250 workers. They are affiliated with the National Federation of communications and the Central Council-Québec Chaudière-Appalaches of the Confederation of National Trade Unions.
Gesca, a subsidiary of Power Corporation of Canada, is responsible for the publication of the Sun and six other daily newspapers.