Port strike: airing of grievances

There’s an airing of grievances now that the port strike has been put on hold, with the Conseil du patronat and the Manufacturiers et Exportateurs du Québec (MEQ) griping that it wasn’t good for business and demanding port activities be considered an essential service.

But the longshoremen have a legitimate gripe about the unpredictable scheduling of their work hours. If these boss groups want things to run smoothly, instead of dishing blame to the unions involved, maybe they need to assess the situation fairly and lean on the management at the port instead, to act more fairly by their workers.

Wouldn’t that be a thing, now.