MONTREAL — Employees of the Hyatt Regency Montreal, who have been on strike since late July, may be returning to work soon, since the Superior Court ruled this week that the Confédération des syndicats nationaux (CSN) — the trade union representing employees — must stop picketing, harassing hotel management and making false claims.
In a statement released by Hyatt Regency Montreal, the Superior Court ruled that the CSN must cease using the term “lock-out” in reference to its employees strike activity; refrain from making statements or inferences that suggest anti-scab laws were ignored; refrain from harassing or intimidating hotel management and employees; stop threatening to compromise hotel cleanliness and hygiene or making false claims that such standards have been compromised, stop picketing at the hotel and remove stickers and signage from the property.
“Hyatt Regency Montreal is very pleased with the Superior Court’s decisions this week regarding disruptive tactics by the Confédération des syndicats nationaux (CSN) and is hopeful that a resolution on our labour contracts will be reached in the very near future,” reads the statement.
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