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Quebec, Canada - CSN - Organising campaign at Couche-Tard

In 2010, the Confédération des Syndicats Nationaux (CSN) embarked on an organising campaign at Couche-Tard, a major retail chain. The establishments in its retail network usually have a staff of around ten workers and are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Couche-Tard has a network of around 12,500 sites employing around 80,000 people in America, Asia and Europe. In 2013, its revenues totalled around 35 billion dollars. The working conditions in Quebec are appalling: minimum wage, repeated failure to respect labour standards, frequent holdups. The company deployed a range of tactics to stop its workers from unionising, but thanks to their perseverance and the support of the CSN a collective agreement was signed in six branches in October 2013. A first in North America!

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