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Morton Salt facilities in Inagua.

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'No major concerns' on Morton Salt sale

Morton Salt workers yesterday said they presently have "no major concerns" over the company's impending sale so long as the buyer honours their industrial agreement and "treats us fairly".

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Morton Salt industrial action concludes

A long-awaited Industrial Agreement was signed yesterday between the Bahamas Industrial Manufacturers & Allied Workers Union (BIMAWU) and Morton Salt Bahamas, ending a two-year industrial dispute.

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Morton Salt union: Lock out ‘union busting’ tactic

Morton Salt’s line staff union is accusing the salt harvester of using its threatened employee “lock-out” as a “union-busting” tactic.

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Inagua ‘ghost town’ on Morton lock-out

Fears were rising last night that Inagua will become “a ghost town” after Morton Salt gave its workers a 15-day ultimatum to agree acceptable industrial terms or be “locked out” of the plant.


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