Croatia - Possible summer strike Croatia Airlines - May 31, 2018

 The Workers Organisation of Croatia Airlines (ORCA) warned it may stage industrial action during the summer. In several statements the pilots declared that employees are stepping down from various positions in the company to seek better employment conditions elsewhere and that there are severe problems in the field of maintenance due to lack of skilled engineers. Croatia Airlines' employees are pushing for a collective bargaining agreement after the previous one expired seventeen months ago. So far, the negotiations that have been going for some time between the unions and management are still deadlocked.

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