Strike will therefore end, after a complete paralysis of the company since November 7th.
The trade union and management of the battalion on Monday, shortly before 21h, announced that they had resulted in a "concrete agreement to restore confidence and give priority to the well-being of staff." He intervened after the one-day marathon negotiations on a daylight, a significant announcement.
The unions really agreed to suspend the movement of a rotating strike the same evening – on Monday in a post office, call center, administrative services, and the abolition of red boxes – a strike that should end on Tuesday at 22h with a packet forwarding service. This gesture was greeted by Alexander De Croo (Open VLD), the minister overseeing the boston. "This is an important signal and a sign of trust," he said.
The preface will be presented on Tuesday to staff
He was undoubtedly the witness of progress in the negotiations that began on the first day of the strike on Wednesday. "After the decision this afternoon to suspend the actions, the parties continued the dialogue and began with the prior consent to restore confidence and fulfill the expectations of the staff in terms of burden.This is an important basis for ensuring the well-being of employees and future plans of Bpost.Participants are committed to presenting tomorrow various measures to their delegations. The parties also pledged to meet soon in the near future to conclude a collective labor contract for the period 2019-2020, "said trade unions and directions.
The terms of this previous agreement, which will therefore be delivered on Tuesday to store managers, with responsibility for informing staff, are still unknown.
Insufficient employment, workload, savings
There is no doubt that it must contain strong proposals because they demanded six unions around the table. For a long time, they have been seriously troubled by the chronic lack of staff and the workload, the difficulties that explode for postal workers. Staff representatives also highlight the savings plans that the company made "at the expense of staff and while shareholders continue to receive dividends" and the amount of salaries of top managers regarded as impolite.
In short, the social path was full and the lid exploded. For the first time in more than 20 years, a five-day united frontal strike was declared, and widely followed, in the battalion.