Belgium - Wildcat strikes at Carrefour hypermarket - May 31, 2018

 To protest restructuring plans of the company that include 1233 job cuts at stores and the downsizing of several hypermarkets into supermarkets 17 of the French-owned retailer’s 45 hypermarkets closed several days due to spontaneous strikes. Unions state they did not order the strike and that’s why not all shops were closed down but the trade unions have however now threatened a general strike within the company if discussions do not progress.

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