Employee at postal dispatch center

The Verdi union is demanding 15 percent more wages for some 160,000 employees in Germany over a twelve-month period.


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dusseldorf Deutsche Post faces union strikes Profits inside the house. Also the second round collective bargaining between the Bonn group and the Verdi union ran out of tangible results on Thursday. “The employees of the companies will now give a clear answer and emphasize their demands with strikes,” he announced. Profits-Head of negotiation Andrea Kocsis.

Employees at all mail and package centers were called Thursday at 5 p.m. and all day Friday, Verdi said. “There will be more strikes in the coming days.”

The union is demanding 15 percent more wages for the approximately 160,000 employees in Germany. Germany with a term of twelve months. Kocsis stressed that the majority of Verdi’s members at Swiss Post are low-income and unable to cope with real wage losses. “The fact that employers refuse to compensate real wage losses is a provocation in view of the group’s billions in profits.”

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