Trade unions and management of a Kone elevator company reached a Monday night draft agreement, after long hours of discussions, which could end the spontaneous strike started by workers on last Tuesday. The document will be presented at a general meeting on Tuesday morning at 9am in Heizel, Brussels. The strike was triggered due to a new geolocation system to send mission repair technicians. Reorganization & work that came to other problems in the company. The unions presented five calls during the discussions: reducing workplace pressures, adopting a clear waiting times framework, financially damaging the operation of locating software, reviewing staff appraisal and authorizing the use of a company car out of hours. Kone Belgium and Luxembourg, headquartered in Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, employ around 600 workers in Belgium, including 400 workers and technicians who work in the field. First, the workers had disengaged in Brussels before the actions were spread to other parts of the country. On Monday, after several hours of discussions, the motion manager finally submitted that the two unions in question were considered honorary. "The project meets its requirements," said Wim Van Caelenberg (ACV-CSC Metea), who does not want to specify the project until it has been disclosed to it. staff. 88% of employees had refused a previous draft agreement that was received last Thursday. (Belgian)
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