House officers’ union walks away from table amid ongoing labour standoff with PPS
By Laura RyckewaertDec. 18, 2018
‘We don’t think the employer is negotiating in good faith,’ says House of Commons security officers union head Roch Lapensée.
A House of Commons security officers, donning a baseball cap and sticker as part of protest actions, pictured speaking with a House clerk. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Labour talks between the House of Commons security officers’ union and the Parliamentary Protective Service that employs them recently dissolved, with the officers walking away from the bargaining table, alleging bad faith negotiations.
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