Spain - Emergency call workers strike over the festivities - December 31, 2017

Emergency call service workers in Andalucía are striking over the Christmas and New Year period. The union that called for the strike has promised the fulfilment of minimum services. The telephone operators are acting in favour of better working conditions. They say that the ongoing subcontracting practices have deteriorated these conditions. The union is demanding that a non-binding law proposal approved by the Regional Parliament be put into practice in order to improve the situation.  

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