Netherlands -Dutch and Polish metal workers at Eemshaven site demand equal pay -May 3, 2012

Dutch and Polish metalworkers are offering a petition to RWE/Essent demanding equal pay on 11 May. Around 600 workers at the Eemshaven complex work for Polish subcontractor Remak, that does not comply with the same collective agreement as Essent does. The Dutch and Polish workers have united in FNV Eemshaven to fight the unequal pay and working conditions together.

Dutch: http://www.fnvbondgenoten.nl/nieuws/acties_en_campagnes/gewoon_goed ...

 

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