Tuesday, December 06, 2022

The city succumbed to Moyano’s claim and struck a deal with the crane workers: it would compensate them for up to 4 million pesos.

The city succumbed to Moyano's claim and struck a deal with the crane workers: it would compensate them for up to 4 million pesos.

with Temporary nationalization of crane and haulage serviceThe city was engulfed in an early conflict with the Truckers Union over the labor status of 350 workers. eventually, The government of Buenos Aires and the union led by Pablo Moyano both agreed on compensation of up to 4 million pesos for workers,

as a confirmation Countryit was determined that The workers move to the orbit of the Subterráneos de Buenos Aires (Sbase) and they continue their normal tasks for the Autopistas Urbanas Sociedad Anónima (AUSA). That, starting next Saturday, the crane system will temporarily operate in the Buenos Aires area until it is provided to a company.

in mid-August, and through Decree 284/22, Horacio Rodriguez Laretta decided to terminate the service concession contracts of stork with companies Dakota-STO and BRD-SEC, which operates with contracts expiring since 2001. As the Government of Buenos Aires is of the view that the transport continues to be operated by private companies, a bidding process was initiated. Until it was awarded, the transfer of personnel to AUSA was established.

The city’s decision caused some tension with the truckers union, as two out of three people traveling in each crane during the working day are enrolled in that union. It was Pablo Moyano himself who questioned the measure: “They want to take the workers to another agreement to take away their rights and take half their salary,

The city succumbed to Moyano’s claim and struck a deal with the crane workers: it would compensate them for up to 4 million pesos.@Infocamioneros

However, the official decree and tender specifications for the haulage service indicate: “The bidder will have to absorb at his own expense and cost under the terms of Annex 40/89. [el de los camioneros]To all operational personnel, in a dependency relationship, that is providing services at the time of tender.

To prevent the conflict from escalating, the city gave in to pressure from Moynos and over the past few hours, after agreeing with union representatives, decided to temporarily move employees to Sbase.

From transport secretary explained to Country that this body, although it is also state-owned like AUSA, draws workers into an agreement they already have in truck drivers, which will allow them to retain their jobs and working conditions . Meanwhile, for their daily work, employees will report to AUSA, the company that will be in charge of crane operation and haulage service on a temporary basis until this Saturday.

In return, and as part of the agreement between the parties, the city would pay employees the respective compensation, amounting to up to 4 million pesos, a figure that would vary according to the seniority of each man and woman. This type of conversation was done under what is known as “Moyano Law”The firmness with which that union applies it in labor negotiations and that the payment of workers’ compensation is valid in each re-arbitration of contracts with a guarantee, in turn, that they keep their jobs.

As indicated in the bidding documents, the new concessionaire will immediately absorb 350 employees performing this function in the earlier companies as part of its workforce.

Starting this Saturday, the city will temporarily take over the crane operation and haulage service. It is a transition phase between the previous concession and the new system, with bidding already underway. Next is the envelopes opening on October 21, and so far 12 companies have presented themselves, as this newspaper learned.

How will the service operate in this transition phase?

City employees will be in position to make decisions in the beaches.

The criteria for defining the cars to be transported will basically have to do with the conditions that hinder road coexistence, for example the ramp obstruction.

The Day Before Yesterday The Government Of Buenos Aires Takes Over The Crane And Haulage Service.
The day before yesterday the government of Buenos Aires takes over the crane and haulage service.Fabian Marelli

Communication processes with neighbors at the time of transportation will be improved. For example: destination beach or picture on the road left on the road that indicates absence when looking for a car.

Entire City Coverage: Currently only micro and macro centers and a few specific neighborhoods have coverage capacity.

Three Zones and Six Beaches: The area will be divided into West Zone, North Zone and South Zone and will have two beaches each.

Service for Neighbors: They will also be able to report blockages of ramps, bus stops, garages via WhatsApp (BOTY), 147 or social networks.

More modern and transparent systems: This new specification provides more transparent maneuverability during transportation. The crane will have built-in GPS and speed limit sensor. The city will be the one that will receive complaints about cases where the transportation is not done properly or damage has occurred to the vehicles.

Changes in the economic structure: the current contractual terms and obligations will be modified, as well as the financial structure; The Government of Buenos Aires will pay a monthly amount for the services provided to the companies.

Duration: The system tenders will be for ten years.

World Nation News is a digital news portal website. Which provides important and latest breaking news updates to our audience in an effective and efficient ways, like world’s top stories, entertainment, sports, technology and much more news.

Latest News

Related Stories

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    Thanks for submitting your comment!