Slovenia - Further railway strikes suspended: deal in sight - June 30, 2018

The trade union of railway workers - the biggest of ten unions at the national railway operator, organised a first strike earlier this month and announced more strikes to follow later. The union demanded a 10% pay rise and equal treatment of all workers. The other unions signed an annex to the collective agreement that did not meet these demands. The trade union of railway workers now suspended their plans for further strikes after talks with the management came close to a solution and an agreement came in sight.

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