Several manufacturers of clothes are brought to the rescue of the former employees of bigarade orange, expelled Wednesday in the pouring rain because they have refused to sign papers of resignation.
“We are in the process of setting up a workshop temporary as of the month of August so they have at least a little bit of work. I don’t know if I’ll be able to all keep [ … ] but I am in contact with lots of companies offering good terms and who would be interested in taking a employees,” says Camille Goyette-Gingras, founder and director of the co-Op Seamstresses Pop Montreal.
Being a former employee of bigarade orange, she is busy on Wednesday to take charge of the fifteen employees, to assist them in completing their documents CNESST.
His company has set up a campaign sociofinancement to enable them to reach a small amount of money, in the meantime you can get the PCU. In less than 24 hours, she had managed to accumulate more than $3,000.
“It is not much, for 15 people, but it will be already it. The PCU, they can just ask for it in seven days, but there are some who have not paid their rent yet […]”, she explains.