Italy - Metal negotiations with no result - May 31, 2016

The metalworkers' trade unions FIOM, FIM and UILM have announced a 12-hour strike and no overtime for two days after no agreement was reached with the federation of metalworking companies Federmeccanica on the renewal of the collective agreement. Last month, thousands of metalworkers went on strike against Federmeccanica's proposal for the renewal of the contract, which unions say give pay rises to only 5% of workers, those who are currently under the regulated minimum.

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