France - Eiffel tower reopened after strike action - April 30, 2018

Security staff at the Eiffel tower held a two-days strike, protesting after three of their former colleagues had been fired, allegedly for distributing a petition asking for better working conditions. Workers complained about a deterioration of their working conditions, their remuneration as well as intimidation of their employer, the security agency, Byblos Group. The Eiffel management stated that an agreement was found.

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