Germany -Banking sector risks warning strikes -April 19, 2012

The trade union Ver.di has called on bank employees in certain areas of the country to go on strike for several hours at the end of the month in order to put pressure on the negotiations for a new collective agreement in a sector with 220,000 workers. According to the union’s negotiator Beate Mensch the employers have yet to make an offer. Ver.di is demanding a 6% pay increase, after 5 years of modest wage developments.

German: http://www.sueddeutsche.de/wirtschaft/tarifstreit-verdi-kuendigt-warnstreiks ...

English: http://www.businessweek.com/news/2012-04-19/german-union-ver-dot-di ...

 

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