The Seine Union asked the general manager, Jorge Londono, that, define a work table to listen to the regional problems and agree on corrective measures for the work environment.
At the headquarters of Salomia, northeast of Caliaccess has been blocked for five days, while the Apprentices Union remains in assembly until a solution to the demands is defined.
In a letter to the director, the Union, in charge of the Presidents National, Aleyda Murillo, and Regional, Rodrigo Arcila Parrarefers to a communication issued by the Valley Regional Office.
The trade unionists raise the idea of preventing further deterioration “and further affecting the quality of professional training.”
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The spokesmen say that they go to senior management officials to “advance in the solution of this labor and academic conflict that the Seine is facing today in the Valle del Cauca region.”
In the letter they reject an appointment and ask that the work and negotiation table be installed.
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The national board of Sindesena supported the protest day “in rejection of decisions made by the general direction of the SENA and due to the crisis in which the regional is in terms of infrastructure, quality in professional training, student welfare and work environment, among others”.
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The same organization rejects the disqualification of Rodrigo Arcila and Óscar Noguera, president and prosecutor of the Union in the Valley. And he argues that “it has become customary that when alluding to the actions or mismanagement of a manager, some close to him try to divert the discussion by alluding that it is personal reasons and this time it is no exception.”
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