Switzerland -No big deal for hairdressers -May 24, 2012

CoiffureSuise, the employers’ organisation in the hairdressing branches, has blocked further improvements of the working conditions for the 13,000 employees by rejecting a negotiated moderate pay deal. In the sector important fundamental rights are missing or formulated at a minimum level (13th month, parental leave, basic wages) and workers have been confronted with a wage freeze (since 2009). Trade union Unia will table new demands after this defeat.

German: http://www.unia.ch/Keine-hoeheren-Mindestloehne ...

French: http://www.unia.ch/news_aktion_fr.9.0.html ...

 

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