Union leader who wants to “slow down the work” of blue-collar workers: “What is Quebec City doing?” asks Mario Dumont

Union leader who wants to “slow down the work” of blue-collar workers: “What is Quebec City doing?” asks Mario Dumont
Union leader who wants to “slow down the work” of blue-collar workers: “What is Quebec City doing?” asks Mario Dumont

Mario Dumont believes that the City of Quebec did not react strongly enough to the message from the head of the blue-collar union who explains to its members the ways to “slow down work naturally”.

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In a video published two weeks ago, Luc Boissonneau explains “that we do not have the right, officially, to slow down work based on the Quebec Labor Code […] but [que] The way to do it is very simple.

“We’re talking a lot this spring about whether we get what we pay for in terms of public services,” says Mr. Dumont during his comment on the show “Le Québec Matin”. When you listen to that, you have the beginnings of an answer.”

The host at LCN and Qub Radio, however, has questions about the response from the City of Quebec, which he does not find strong enough.

The municipal administration sent a formal notice to the union leader asking him to retract.

“Once we said we were shocked, outraged, shocked by the union leader’s comments, excuse me, but what is the City of Quebec doing? he asks. There would be grounds for prosecution and even a lockout.”

“Unless the union members kick out their union leader, it is absolutely forbidden,” he adds. The union is doing exactly what the lockout right was intended to do. This is an extreme measure to react to an extreme statement. If I were a Quebec taxpayer today, I would be more shocked at the City than at the union.”

The former leader of Democratic Action of Quebec has a suggestion for Quebec City.

“We attacked the comments, but we did not attack the seriousness of the fact,” he says. I would be curious to do a study on the productivity of blue-collar workers in Quebec. They did it on the blue-collar workers of Montreal 30 years ago. It was 30% their productivity rate.”

“I would take the union leader at his word and I would ask an independent firm to measure the quality of operations,” he adds. He’s lucky he doesn’t have me as mayor.”

See Mario Dumont’s full commentary in the video above

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