Malta - Teachers’ disputes continue - November 30, 2017

Teachers at the Malta College of Arts Science and Technology (MCAST) organised a series of strikes, but so far, their industrial dispute is not solved. The Malta Union of Teachers announced another one-day strike because of lack of adherence to agreed deadlines in which the MCAST had to provide counter financial proposals for the collective agreement being negotiated. In correspondence with the MCAST management, the MUT had noted that it is clear that whilst the union is taking agreements seriously, with all the necessary commitment towards its members, MCAST is instead dragging its feet and finding excuses to refrain from adhering to commitments to the detriment of educators and ultimately students. 

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