Affco attempt to silence union declined, good-faith bargaining resumes

Jonathan Underhill
Fri, 02 Dec 2016

By Jonathan Underhill Dec. 2 (BusinessDesk) - Affco Holdings, the meat company owned by Talley's Group, and the Meatworkers Union have resumed good faith bargaining for a new collective agreement under the auspices of a private mediator. The resumption of talks is included in Judge Bruce Corkill's conclusions in a Nov. 23 interlocutory judgment against Affco, which had sought an interim compliance order to stop union officials criticising the company and its associated entities. Affco had sought to restrain the union from publishing derog...

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