On Monday or more, train drivers will be affected, Union Vida remains open. Afternoon will only report about those details in the afternoon. Employers criticized the growth as "completely incomprehensible and incomprehensible" by the union.
Vida Chairman Roman Habenstadt and Chairman of Railway Department Gunter Bluethaller said "after extensive discussions from the Vida Trade Union Organizations, the unanimous decision was taken on nationwide warning strike across the railway area." "Employers have not left us a choice: railway workers have made Austria the number one railway country in the EU and are not confident in the salary increase. The last offer employers have adjusted for just 15 euros per month for inflation." Hebrettstrat criticized. The offer was "ridiculous".
Employer Chief negotiator Thomas Shieber, on the other hand, repeated that he had made "significant and fair offer" in the eighth round, which was canceled from Wednesday to Thursday. Skiers said that employers' offer was "better than 3%, effective until 1 January 2019. In addition, there are other changes in frameworks law." However, these changes in Frameworks Act need to be examined in detail. Therefore, employers were invited in the ninth round of negotiations on December 5. There is a lot to see if there will be a lot of time in the face of escalation.
Habenstrateg renewed demand for "fair supply", which should be composed of the fair share of inflation and economic development, as well as the structure and structure of large-scale railway workers in structure. Percentage does not officially give employees names. According to reports, it should be 5%. "Now our demand will be strengthened by Trade Union Action, and the Chamber of Commerce should finally get a fair offer, we are ready to go back to the negotiating table."
However, members of the employers believe that 3% of the initial voluntary wages have been confirmed in their initiative. "It was important that most companies of the railway companies followed the recommendation of the industrial organization and paid back in advance by withdrawing their salaries by 3% from October 2018," Scheiber said about employers' actions, which provoked inciting the union. An employer's representative said, "This means our salaries will increase in salaries before Christmas."
Rail works with wages and salaries for more than 40,000 employees in more than 60 companies. So far, the largest companies are the Austrian Federal Railway (ÖBB). (APA)