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For the first time, national negotiations on a new collective agreement are also welcoming Quebec workers who joined unifor certification at the end of last year. “Negotiation is an important moment to get the employer to respond to concerns that have arisen in a period of unprecedented growth,” said Renaud Gagne, Director of Quebec City. “Structural changes will help keep our jobs safe and improve business activity.” Unifor represents 1,400 DHL employees in all the states who work as drivers, store employees, after-sales service personnel and owner-operator. Most of DHL`s facilities are located at airports across Canada, including Vancouver, Hamilton, Montreal, Edmonton and Calgary. For more information, please contact Unifor Communications Representative Ian Boyko at email@example.com or 778-903-6549 (cell). “DHL is a successful global giant, but it`s the local workers who make this success possible,” said Jerry Dias, Unifor National President. “Fair balance is an important objective for this round of negotiations.” Unifor says the 30 percent increase in sales and business engages workers. Increasing demands on duty time and overtime are becoming a health and safety issue. TORONTO – DHL must share the benefits of the e-commerce explosion and end regional disparities as Unifor begins negotiations with the world`s largest shipping company.