EMPLOYMENT They call off the handling strike at Aena airports for the December long weekend

The strike called for handling service workers at Aena airports for December 5 and 10 has been called off this Wednesday

EMPLOYMENT They call off the handling strike at Aena airports for the December long weekend

The strike called for handling service workers at Aena airports for December 5 and 10 has been called off this Wednesday.

The suspension of this call has occurred after a meeting between the parties involved held before the Intercondefederal Mediation and Arbitration Service (SIMA), as confirmed to Europa Press by sources present at the meeting.

The UGT union called this strike for workers in handling services in protest at the situation generated after the resolution of the competition for this service.

The union pointed out that the situation generated by the "fund" of the contest "has only raised more uncertainty" about the labor stability of the sector.

UGT stressed, at the time it announced the call, that Aena continued "without establishing a real, concrete and clear commitment" on how to act in situations of non-compliance with the agreement, limiting itself to being "an adjudication manager."

Thus, it alleged that in the last seven years there have been a series of non-compliance in labor matters by "all companies" that have been reflected in thousands of lawsuits, collective disputes and strike calls. In addition, they highlight that licenses have been awarded to companies that were already breaching the labor agreement.