Envoy and the TWU Reach an Agreement on Collective Bargaining Agreement

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In a letter to employees, Pedro Fábregas, President and CEO at Envoy, shared that the Company reached an agreement with Fleet Service Clerks:

I’m pleased to announce that we have reached an Agreement with Fleet Service Clerks represented by the Transport Workers Union (TWU).

The five-year agreement raises wages, enhances work rules and improves benefits for more than 3,500 Fleet Service Clerks across the United States.

My congratulations and appreciation to both negotiating committees for working hard to reach a mutually beneficial agreement. The process has been a testament of everyone’s commitment to satisfy all parties and establish a solid framework for a more collaborative working relationship while creating a strong foundation for years to come.

Thank you and keep up the great work!

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