Belgium - Delhaize workers on strike - March 31, 2017

Workers in four Delhaize hypermarkets, in the Brussels area have spontaneously stopped work. The CNE (the French-speaking retail and service sector trade union) has stated that employees from the retailer are protesting against the effects of the 2014 restructuring plan. Of particular concern is the management of the restructuring plan decided in June 2014. This anticipated shedding the jobs of some 1,800 colleagues. Workers are asking for employment structural reinforcement, which does not include intermittent arrangements involving fixed term contracts or student contracts.

English: http://www.brusselstimes.com/brussels/7776/spontaneous-strike-action ...  

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