Germany -Strike and talks airport security staff -March 05, 2013

Security workers at Düsseldorf and Hamburg airports started a one-day warning strike after wage negotiations failed to make any progress. The trade union Ver.di called on security workers at Hamburg airport to walk off the job. The union demand is an hourly wage of €14.50 and better working conditions. The federal association for safety BDSW offered €12.75 from March and then €13.50 from January 2013 – an offer that was rejected by trade union Ver.di. Negotiations will be reopened on 28 February.

English: http://www.timesunion.com/news/article/Hamburg-airport-security-staff ...  

 

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