Bpost strike continues & unions and management around table again

Monday, 12 November 2018 17:41
Bpost strike continues & unions and management around table again © Belga
The bpost rotating strike continues Monday, led this time by front-desk staff and by both service and call centers, unions said.
The impact of Monday’s movement is not yet known, but, according to the unions, the strikers’ motivation remains intact. Postal company management and social partners were to be again around the table Monday morning. Last week, specific proposals were taken up. They must now be discussed.

Bpost workers who went on strike for five days, until Tuesday, denounce the workload and staff shortages.

Last Friday, more than 90% of the postmen were involved in the action.

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