France - Industrial action at France 24 - June 30, 2017

Workers at the TV channel France 24 stopped work on 16 June 2017 in a dispute over ‘unhealthy’ shift hours. Journalists and technicians at the TV network France 24 staged a walkout, accusing their employers of not respecting a deal on working conditions. More than 120 staff at the news channel stopped work and picketed its headquarters in protest at what they claimed was the company’s refusal to implement a 2015 agreement addressing ‘unsociable and unhealthy’ hours.

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