ELA calls 27 days of strike in April and May 2019


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27 new strike days, from April 1 to 12 and April 26 to 30 and from May 1 to 10. ELA has denounced the “very serious situation generated by the passivity of the Provincial Council.”

The ELA union has called 27 new strike days, from April 1 to 12 and from April 26 to 30 and from May 1 to 10 in the residences for the elderly in Gipuzkoa before the “lies and passivity” of the Provincial Council in the negotiation of the collective agreement that affects a group of 5,000 workers.

ELA delegates from residences in Gipuzkoa met this Wednesday to analyze the “very serious situation generated by the passivity of the Provincial Council and to decide the necessary steps to take to unblock the conflict,” as reported by the union.

ELA recalled that the negotiation of the agreement began two years ago and “today it is in a very delicate situation due to the sabotage of the Provincial Council.”

In this sense, it has reiterated that it reached “a preliminary agreement with the majority of the employers” and the provincial deputy for Social Policies, Maite Peña, “has been aware of and promoter and saboteur of it once it materialized.”

ELA: “Today it is in a very delicate situation due to the sabotage of the Provincial Council”

The union has indicated that the aforementioned pre-agreement contemplated the “simultaneous signing of the sectoral and company agreements; a validity from 2017 to 2020, a salary increase in the CPI plus eight points spread over four years; a seniority bonus of 42 euros for the 2021 and Sundays and holidays of 45 euros also for 2021; three days of own affairs and leave of six years for mothers until the child is six years old, and five for the care of dependents, with a reduction of the working day until the 15 years of the children; and indefinite contracts “, among other measures.

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ELA has urged the Provincial Council to “put aside the lies and finance an agreement that would improve the conditions “of the workers in the sector; that” prioritize life, care and caregivers, all at once “; that” abandon the propaganda and do for once a practical exercise to improve working conditions to the women of this sector and to our elders “, and that” it stops financing the companies one hundred percent on strike days “.

On the other hand, he has accused patronales Adegi y Matia of becoming “complicit and responsible for the lies and falsifications of the Diputación”, while asking the relatives of the users of the residences for the elderly in Gipuzkoa to “claim the proportional part of the money they pay for a service that does not it occurs on days of strikes “and to the workers in the sector who” massively support the strike and take part in the multitude of mobilizations. “

The Provincial Council calls for “responsibility”

The spokesperson for the Gipuzkoa Provincial Council, Imanol Lasa, has called for “responsibility” to the parties involved, so that “they reach an agreement as soon as possible.”

At a press conference, Lasa stated that what “occupies” the Provincial Council is “the care of our elders in nursing homes.”

The regional spokesman has urged the employers and union representatives to “sit around a table and reach an agreement as soon as possible.”




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