Portugal - Union blames management for crisis at Altice - November 30, 2017

The Telecom's workers trade union (STPT) has accused the management of Altice of being responsible for the crisis in which the group is plunged and says there is no longer any room to have ‘the best prospects’ regarding PT Portugal. In a statement sent to the media, STPT claims that ‘the management that the owners of the group apply everywhere they operate, based on cost cuts, reduction of organizational structures, reduction of workers, etc., are having a negative effect on the quality of the service provided’.

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