After 80-day strike, Cerrejon and union to hold technical talks on proposed work schedule

Colombian coal miner Cerrejon and its largest workers union will hold technical talks about a controversial proposed work schedule, so contract talks can move on to other issues behind a more than 80-day strike. The strike began on August 31 after Cerrejon and union Sintracarbon were unable to reach agreements over pay rises, as well as health, education and living benefits for workers. Cerrejon is owned equally by mining heavyweights BHP Group, Anglo American and Glencore.

Source: Mining Weekly