Slovenia - Strike Štore Steel called off due to threats - May 31, 2018

According to the Confederation of Slovenian Trade Unions plans for a strike at Štore Steel, one of the country’s biggest steel producers, were cancelled after management threatened to fire anyone who would participate in the strike. The workers were planning to go on strike because they want a 25% pay rise. The trade union believes the management of the company is guilty of violating the law on strike, so the case was reported to the labour inspection.

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