Steel Workers’ Union T&T and National Flour Mills CEO Ian Mitchell sign a collective agreement.
The union President Timothy Bailey and National Flour Mills CEO Ian Mitchell, signed a nine per cent (9%) increase in salaries for workers at National Flour Mills Ltd.
The collective agreement for the period 2018-2022 was led by the SWUTT President Timothy Bailey and NFM CEO Ian Mitchell signed off on the agreement on Friday,
The Steel Workers’ Union of Trinidad & Tobago in a Facebook post said it is “pleased to announce that the Collective Agreement for the period 2018-2022 was officially signed on 16th December 2022 led by its President Mr. Timothy Bailey and NFM CEO Mr. Ian Mitchell.”
The Union said it “would like to thank the CEO and Management of NFM along with its consultant Mr. Courtney Mc Nish for agreeing to terms that the Union considers fair in the current environment. The union also thanks the members of its negotiations team and Concise Mediation and Consultation Limited (HR/IR consultancy firm) for its research and backroom support which made this agreement possible.”
The Agreement will realize a 9% increase for workers over the 2018-2022 period with improvements in the:
Gas Mileage Allowance
Responsibility & Vehicle Upkeep Allowance