Malta - Care bargaining deadlocked - September 30, 2018

With talks about a new collective agreement remaining deadlocked trade union UĦM resorted to industrial action. The union demands a pay increase for a part of the more specialised staff and called out their care workers, social workers and occupational therapists not to communicate with clients, not to compile reports, and not to attend meetings to put some force into the demands. Some 500 people with mental or physical health impairments are said to be affected by these actions. 

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