At 8pm Seoul time, seafarers working for HMM began a picket protest from two of the Korean flagship carrier’s ships in Busan port, even as their union leaders continued negotiations with management.
On 22 August, some 450 of HMM’s 600 seafarers voted on industrial action, and more than 92% of them opted for a strike.
And yesterday, HMM’s management received another manpower blow when 98% of its 755 unionised office staff voted …
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