Switzerland - Nespresso workers protest to demand negotiations - May 31, 2018

 Workers organised in trade union Unia and their families demonstrated in front of the Nespresso headquarters in Lausanne. The workers demand respect for their trade union rights and the opening of negotiations on new schedules imposed by management. The imposed new schedules mean more weekend shifts will be added and working weeks will lengthen from 41 to 43 hours. Although half of its staff mandated Unia to represent them, the company still refuses to meet the union to discuss the schedules.

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