Caracas.- In order to strengthen the contractual benefits of workers in the oil industry and new working relationships within the framework of equality and inclusion, was held on Tuesday the installation of the negotiating table in the collective bargaining agreement for the period 2011-2013.
The meeting took place in facilities of the People’s Ministry for Work (Minpptrass) with representatives of the same, of the Single Commission, Permanent Multidisciplinary and Collective Bargaining Working of Petróleos de Venezuela, SA (PDVSA), its subsidiaries and Petroleum Business and Non-oil and the Single Federation of Oil, Gas, its Derivatives and Related of Venezuela (FUTPV).
Wills Rangel, chairman of the FUTPV said: "it is fundamental the social benefit to workers and their families, we are promoting housing for families, the social wage that covers the area of health, education and of course, the Day to Labor Day as they are on-call systems.
He also indicated that FUTPV remains unified around the revolutionary process of change and inclusion led by Commander President Hugo Chavez and it will continue working full time to move forward with this Convention. "The Federation once again confirms that it will discuss this collective agreement among revolutionaries, the class-based sector and socialists of the industry identified with the Bolivarian Revolution, "said Rangel.
The discussions of the 2011-2013 Collective Bargaining Agreement will continue in the coming days in PDVSA facilities in La Tahona, Caracas, to accelerate discussions to reach an early agreement.
Petróleos de Venezuela reiterates once again its commitment to ensure the benefits to their workers and highlights the willingness of the working class to continue walking the road to Socialism, which places it at the forefront of the revolutionary process led by Commander Hugo Chavez.