The management of Karib Cable and officials from the National Workers Union (NWU) met during this week for the first time since the NWU was granted official trade union recognition on behalf of technical workers employed with the company.
The parties agreed to an industrial protocol that is driven by natural justice in the absence of a concluded industrial agreement.
All disciplinary matters will receive full union and management consideration with the objective of establishing an honest and fair approach in dealing with all industrial issues, the NWU said.
The NWU will be holding another general meeting with employees at which approval will be sought on a 36-point memorandum of proposals to be submitted to the company.
It is expected that negotiations will commence shortly.