The Hague court stops union actions at PostNL

The Hague court stops union actions at PostNL
 On 22 November, the court of The Hague ruled that FNV, a union, has to call on its members not to participate in actions that do not comply with the conditions that PostNL had put in place to safeguard essential services such as medical deliveries and mourning mail and to ensure a safe work environment for employees. These conditions apply until 6 January 2023.

Meanwhile, PostNL continues CLA negotiations with two unions, BVPP and CNV, this week. PostNL aims to reach labour agreements that are in line with the interests of employees and customers, that ensure that it remains an attractive employer and keep PostNL in a sound financial position in the long term.

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