(May 2017) The ATSR air traffic controllers' union was planning a two-hour warning strike on 12 May to put pressure on the employers (Romatsa) to conclude a new collective agreement. The union has been in discussions covering pay, passenger safety, stress at work and rights of workers, highlighting the increase in workload and company income but pressure to cut costs. The Ministry of Transport has refused to talk to the union. EPSU has sent a message of solidarity and also writtent to the Ministry and the Prime Minister.
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