Poland - Retail workers stage work-to-rule - May 31, 2017

Workers from large retail chains staged protests on 2 May 2017, calling for higher wages and a ban on Sunday trading. They launched a work-to-rule protest. According to the Solidarity trade union, workers in over 1,000 shops took part in the protest. The union said that over 10,000 employees joined in. Stores where workers were expected to protest included chains such as Auchan, Biedronka, Tesco, Decathlon, Dino, Makro Cash and Carry, an Amazon distribution centre in Wrocław, south-western Poland, and H&M.

English: http://www.thenews.pl/1/9/Artykul/305104,Retail-chain-employees-stage-worktorule …   

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