Spain -Cleaners’ strike at airport -February 01, 2013

A strike to protest proposed layoffs continues at the Madrid airport. Cleaners are protesting plans by their cleaning company to lay off 54 out of 270 workers at the airport. The strike was joined by the cleaners from Terminal 4. Worker representatives and the management of Eulen, the company that holds the concession to clean Terminal 4, had held 14 hours of talks to find a solution to the impasse but eventually failed to reach an agreement.

English: http://elpais.com/elpais/2013/01/29/inenglish ...

 

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