A group of Greenville sanitation workers presented examples Saturday of disrespectful treatment and unfair conditions they say led to a Nov. 9 work stoppage.
“We are tired,” said eight-year Public Works Department employee Harold Barnes before an assembled panel of labor supporters, a clergyman and one City Council member at South Greenville Recreation Center.
“On (Nov. 9), we were handed a paper saying what we must do (to properly report for work) without being given an opportunity to have a voice about what sanitation (division) puts before us,” Barnes said.
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