Today the Bizkaibus concessionaires EMB and Enkarterri support the last day of the strike of the month of March
As of April, and if the “blockade” persists in the negotiations, the respective works councils have already anticipated that not registering “any type of progress”, they will maintain the claims.
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Euskaraz irakurri: Martxoko azken greba eguna dute gaur Bizkaibuseko langileek Ezkerraldeko eta Enkarterriko zerbitzuetan
Concessionaire workers Ezkerraldea Meatzaldea (EMB) and Vectalia Enkarterri from Bizkaibus second today, Tuesday, the last day of strike convened for the moment, in defense of a salary improvement according to the real CPI, a “fair” agreement and equal working conditions for all the service winners. The manifestation convened for today in Bilbao, has left the San Mamés area at 08:00 hours.
Of the five Bizkaibus service concessionaires, four of them maintain mobilizations for five months for the equalization of working conditions of the five templates, since only the winner of the Durangaldea line has renewed the agreement.
That is why the rest of the templates consider it “inadmissible” that these companies bet on maintaining the “inequality” Regarding the colleagues from the fifth concessionaire, Avanza, which runs Durangaldea, and who has already signed an agreement with their staff, or have even remarked with colleagues from bilbobus or “any transport company, who have sat down to negotiate and we still don’t know why these companies don’t do it”.
Starting in Apriland if the “blockade” persists in the negotiations, the respective works councils have already anticipated that “no type of progress” will be registered, will maintain the claims “From the first day” they are going to “continue the same, with the same intensity and the same desire because the squads are very strong and they are not going to give in.”
Once March is over, they will sit down to study the condition and the response obtained and, together, they will “evaluate” the best next itinerary for mobilizations, whether they will be joint or separate, and, from those meetings, they will new calls because they are aware that “none of the squads is going to give in”.
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