Cyprus -Hotel workers strike over wage cuts -July 1, 2012

500 employees at 20 ‘Tsokkos Hotels’ in Famagusta took part in a 24-hour warning strike to protest violations of their collective agreements, including wage cuts. According to the trade union PEO the employee strike, including Cypriots and Europeans, was because employers at Tsokkos have suddenly made cuts in wages, along with other benefits such as provident fund, national holidays and Sundays.

English: http://www.cyprus-mail.com/tsokkos/tsokkos-hotel-workers-strike ...

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