Italy -Unicredit employees on strike over collective premium -July 27, 2012

An estimated 85% of the 55,000 Unicredit employees went on strike on 27 July, leading to the closing of around 90% of the branches. The employees protest against the unwillingness of management to discuss collective premiums demanded by the unions, whilst management are receiving bonuses and stock options.

English: http://www.uniglobalunion.org/Apps/uni.nsf ...

 

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