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Jan 31

RÉUNION DE TRAVAILLEURS D’AGENCE MEETING FOR TEMP AGENCY WORKERSREUNIÓN DE TRABAJADORES DE AGENCIAS

Travaillez-vous pour une agence? Avez-vous eu des problèmes au travail?

RÉUNION DE TRAVAILLEURS D’AGENCE

Le 2 février 2012 de 18 h à 19 h 30

Au Centre des travailleuses et travailleurs immigrants

4755, rue Van Horne, bureau 110
Do you work for an agency? Have you had any problems at work?

MEETING FOR TEMP AGENCY WORKERS

February 2nd, 6pm-7:30pm

Immigrant Workers Centre

4755 Van Horne, suite 110
¿Usted trabaja por una agencia? ¿Tiene problemas en el trabajo?

REUNIÓN DE TRABAJADORES DE AGENCIAS

El 2 de febrero 2012 de las 6PM a las 7H30PM

En el centro de trabajadores y trabajadoras inmigrantes

4755, calle Van Horne, oficina110

POURQUOI ? L’objectif de la réunion est de rassembler des travailleurs/travailleuses souhaitant discuter les problèmes existant au travail. On veut créer un cadre de réflexion et de promotion des droits des travailleurs afin de favoriser l’amélioration de leurs conditions au sein des agences, peu importe le statut des travailleuses et des travailleurs.

Venez discuter avec nous des stratégies pour améliorer les conditions de travail!

Un repas sera servi et nous offrons le service de garde. Tout est gratuit.

Pour plus d’information, contactez le CTI :

(514) 342-2111

cti_iwc@yahoo.com

Iwc-cti.ca

WHY : We’re having this meeting to unite agency workers who are interested in discussing problems at work. We want to create a space for reflection and discussion to promote the rights of workers and to improve working conditions of agency workers, no matter their immigration status.

Come and discuss strategies for improving working conditions! Free food and childcare provided.

For more information, contact the IWC:

(514) 342-2111

cti_iwc@yahoo.com

Iwc-cti.ca
¿Porque? El objetivo de la reunión es de reunir los trabajadores y trabajadoras que están interesados a discutir de los problemas que existen en el trabajo. Queremos crear un espacio de reflección y de promoción de los derechos laborales para mejoran las condiciones en las agencias y eso poco importa el estatus de la persona.

Venga a discutir con nosotros de las estrategias para mejorar sus condiciones laborales.

Comida y servicio de cuidado de niños será disponible. Todo será gratuito.

Para mas informaciones, contacte el CTI:

(514) 342-2111

cti_iwc@yahoo.com

Iwc-cti.ca

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