This meeting involved the participation of the former Chilean Finance Minister, Andrés Velasco, currently the Dean of the School of Public Policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
The strategy includes the creation of a committee made up of Kathleen Barclay, Mauro Mezzano, Manuel Rozas, Felipe Valdés, and José Manuel Correa.
Based on the survey results -responded by 168 senior executives in mining and other related sectors- the perception identified is more adverse for the social environment and more favourable for mining.
Collective bargaining processes in mining: conflict resolution bonus amounts drop, and a reduced number of strikes are seen in the 2019-2020 period.
Because of the pandemic, last year there was an upsurge of participation in early collective bargaining processes and a reduction of formal bargaining processes, in comparison to 2019. The scenario is anticipated to be more complex during this period.