Spain - Work stoppages at RENFE - August 31, 2019

A four-day strike called for July 31, August 14, August 30 and September 1, led to according to the minimum services established by the Public Works Ministry. The strike was announced just over two weeks after the CCOO union called a rail strike on July 15, leading to the cancellation of 320 train services. Unions are demanding an increase in the worker replacement rate to curb the outsourcing of services, as well as greater internal promotion and better working conditions.

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