- Published: Wednesday, 18 January 2017 19:44
- Written by E&MJ News
Several members of a union representing miners at the El Peñón mine stage a sit-in at the employee camp. (Photo courtesy of Union No. 1)
Yamana Gold resumed operations at its El Peñón mine in Chile on January 17 after negotiating collective bargaining agreements with two unions who represent the mine’s underground workers. The collective bargaining agreements are for 40 months and 48 months, and are in line with the company’s preceding final offer, Yamana said.