Italy - BT Italia strike looms - August 31, 2017

BT Italia workers have announced a strike over the company's plans to cut 202 jobs. A joint press release from the Slc-cgil, Fistel-cisl and Uilcom-uil unions said a strike will be held by the entire workforce, after the parties failed to reach an agreement following meetings at the employment ministry. BT's troubled Italian unit announced an industrial plan to improve efficiency and identify new growth areas around 8 months after the parent company first revealed financial irregularities at BT Italia.

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