Cleaning workers in Gipuzkoa start indefinite strike

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The Eulen employees who clean the buildings and grounds of the Provincial Council of Gipuzkoa demand that the new agreement includes an increase in the CPI and ask the administration to be involved in reaching an agreement that will end the conflict.

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ELA, LAB and ESK made a “very positive” assessment of the first day of indefinite strike summoned by the Eulen workers cleaning the buildings and grounds of the Gipuzkoa Provincial Counciland have warned that these employees have made it clear that “without an increase in CPI there will be no agreement.”

The unions have assured in a statement that, despite the “obstacles imposed by the government and by Eulen, the workers have said enough and have taken to the streets” to claim labor improvements.

They have criticized that the company has not done ‘No movement at the negotiating table since December 2021’ and that his latest approach included the salary freeze for 2021 and salary increases of 1.5% for 2022 and 1.75% for 2023.

Likewise, ELA, LAB and ESK have urged the Provincial Council to “show political will to reach agreement and resolve this conflict”.

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Source: EITB

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