Romania - Postal workers on strike - October 31, 2016

Workers at Posta Romana are on strike over pay since 27 October. The company proposed to the workers two plans to increase wages. The first proposes increases between RON 60 and 200 (13 and 44 euro), while the second one proposes increases between RON 60 and 140 (13 and 31 euro). Both schemes could be implemented starting 1 January 2017. Both salary schemes are targeting 22,303 employees, specifically those with wages between RON 1,250 and 2,202 (277 and 489 euro). The first focuses on the employees with the smallest wages, which will also benefit from the biggest increase. The second scheme proposes a RON 140 increase for employees with the smallest wages, while those with the biggest wages will receive RON 60.

English: http://www.business-review.eu/news/romanian-post-employees-strike-caused ...  

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