TORONTO, October 6, 2020 /CNW/ – Hydro One Inc. is pleased to announce that members of the Power Workers` Union (“PWU”) have voted in favour of two collective renewal agreements: the core collective agreement, which includes front-line employees, and the Customer Service Operations collective agreement, which includes employees in client-oriented roles. “These agreements between Hydro One and the Power Workers Union reflect our shared commitment to work together on behalf of our customers and communities, to have their voices and to take action to meet their needs,” said Mark Poweska, President and CEO of Hydro One. “We look forward to continuing to work positively with PWU management, which represents our front-line staff, which provides safe, reliable and affordable electricity to communities across Ontario.” Hydro One Crews replace 370,000 customers… The collective agreements between Hydro One Inc. and PWU have approximately 3,800 permanent workers and approximately 1,500 contingent employees in critical front-line roles across the Ontario company. For more information, please contact Hydro One Media Relations 24 hours a day at 1-877-506-7584 (free only in Ontario) or 416-345-6868. Our website is www.HydroOne.com. Follow us on facebook.com/HydroOneOfficial, twitter.com/HydroOne and instagram.com/HydroOneOfficial. . Hydro One Limited announces the conclusion of the series 1… Hydro One Inc.
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