Health union plans 24-hour strike over failure to implement agreement

Portugal Portugal

The SINTAP public services union has organised a 24-hour strike in public hospitals for 28 June. The dispute is over the failure of the employers to implement the collective agreement negotiated a year ago covering workers on individual contracts, the main aim of which was to bring them in line with public employees. The main demands of the strike include: unfreezing career progression for all workers; creation of a career as an auxiliary health technician; wage increases for all workers; increased staffing; the payment of unpaid overtime hours and the creation of a single employment contract. EPSU sent a solidarity message.

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