Portuguese postal unions to strike. UNI demands Portugal Post (CTT) start proper negotiations

Two of UNI’s Portuguese affiliates, SNTCT and SINDETELCO, are taking strike action Monday 25 February to protest against work deregulation and to demand the renegotiation of a decent collective agreement. The unions action is taken to try and stop CTT – Correios de Portugal, S.A (the Portuguese Postal Service) from destroying the benefits of the workers that have been gained in the past through negotiations.

UNI Post & Logistics has sent a message of solidarity to the workers and has called on CTT to immediately start meaningful negotiations with the trade unions.

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