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86 % of Polish Post workers want to strike.

category poland / czech / slovakia | workplace struggles | other libertarian press author Saturday April 05, 2008 05:41author by Aninauthor address cia.bzzz.net Report this post to the editors

On monday (31.03) begun next round of negotiations between Post workers unions and Polish Post's headquarters.

They talked about wages' rises ( not only ).Last negotiations which took place at the end of february ended by fiasco.

Meanwhile workers inform that as much as 86 % support start of the strike.It's a score of referendum from 14-22 march days.73,78% of workers participate in vote from 102 478 employed in Polish Post.

Related Link: http://cia.bzzz.net/86_proc_pracownikow_poczty_chce_strajku
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