NSWMA workers withdraw 72-hour strike notice after meeting with management and union yesterday

Workers of the National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) have withdrawn their 72-hour strike notice.


The notice, which was issued on Monday (July 18), was withdrawn after a meeting with workers, their union, and NSWMA management yesterday (July 19).


The meeting was aimed at addressing workers’ concerns, including that of salaries, compensation and work gear and equipment.


In a release late last night, the National Workers Union described yesterday’s meeting as useful.


The union added that it was clear that there was disharmony between established policies and how they are operationalized by middle management.


The release said the NSWMA has committed to improvements in the areas of concern.


The union said it was also agreed that regular meetings will be held between the union and the management to improve the communication among the stakeholders.


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