Croatia - Protest against poor working conditions in maritime sector - August 31, 2017

Jadrolinija workers in Split started with industrial action due to poor working conditions, low-pay and violations of workers’ rights. Workers at the shipping company complained about these problems for years. Workers do not have a collective agreement at all, although the management promised several times to start negotiations. Moreover, according to the trade unions, the management has taken unilateral decisions on working time and shifts that violate the provisions of the Labour Act and the Maritime Labour Convention.

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