Spain - Strikes at Megasa steel plant - May 31, 2018

Workers at Megasa steel plan are on a strike that is affecting up to 25% of the total production at the Megasa-owned Megasider Zaragoza plant. The strike will continue indefinitely as negotiations between management and trade unions are deadlocked. The workers began their actions in January due to dissatisfaction with the new management, which took over operations of the plant in 2016 from ArcelorMittal. Main points of conflict are managements’ proposals to reduce pay and increased and extended working hours.

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