Workers of the Provincial Government of Chimborazo, who belong to one of the unions of workers and workers, have expressed their disagreement accusing non-compliance in their petitions; between them they request that a retroactive debt of more than 500,000 dollars be canceled.
There are currently two unions in the institution, one that was created almost 20 years ago; whose trade union members signed a collective contract establishing salary payments, this is where the dilemma arises with the new union created a few months ago, whose members intend to enjoy the same benefits as the collective contract signed in 2002, when it is still second organization did not exist.
Jesús Castro, director of Human Talent of the Prefecture of Chimborazo, mentioned that the statements of certain workers are out of context since not all the points requested are viable “we as an institution have acted under the law, without violating the rights of our workers, much less unaware of what the law establishes, in a list of demands request the payment of almost half a million dollars, something that is totally out of place and lacks all legality and logic, “he said.
He also mentioned that, despite the fact that the constitution and the labor code protect all workers in the existence of a collective contract, it is the same contract that in its article 5, excludes new workers from any union benefit, leaving in nullity the retroactive payment requested in said statement “it is important to point out that during 10 years in the previous administration, said values were never recognized to the workers, it is in the administration of Dr. Juan Pablo Cruz, that the money has been disbursed to settle this debt as established by law” he concluded.
On the other hand, there was speculation about an untimely dismissal of Mr. Cristian Quishpe, a welder, who was dismissed from his duties due to factors such as: excess personnel in his position, performance that was not in accordance with the established goals, and low score in the performance evaluation. internal unit of the Provincial Government Workshops, being notified through instruments established by law.