Johannesburg - The decision to fire Generations actors who went on strike was a sign of “arrogance” by the soapie's management, the Creative Workers Union of SA (Cwusa) said on Tuesday.
“(The union) is dismayed again at the continued arrogance exuded by Generations management in collaboration with SABC,” acting general secretary Eugene Mthethwa said in a statement.
“We believe that it is the right of any worker to raise issues of concern about their working conditions.”
He said it was unbecoming of any employer to respond to written demands with dismissals.
Cwusa joined the Media Workers Association of SA (Mwasa) in calling for parties to return to the negotiating table.