He declined to address whether the 100 workers who participated in last week’s strike faced any repercussions.
The drivers, helpers, mechanics, and dispatchers are scheduled to vote to ratify the agreement on August 25. “We do not expect any further disruptions to service at this time,” Speight said.
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There were about 100 strikers wearing neon yellow reflective jackets and held signs chanting outside the Republic offices last Friday.
The workers who went on strike service Piedmont Hospital, Emory University, Emory Healthcare, Atlanta Public Schools, Hartsfield-Jackson Airport and some residential communities. All but one of their unit went on strike.
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