March 18, 2020
- Fim-Cisl and Fiom-Cgil, no to the use of early holidays
- They report that it is in violation of protocol
signed by trade unions and employers and the BCC
- Fim-Cisl and Fiom-Cgil accuse Fincantieri of having imposed
employees the advance of collective holidays
workers due to the two-week stoppage of activities
production sites to deal with the health emergency
caused by the spread of Covid-19. The two unions
reported that the use of collective holidays takes place in
violation of the protocol signed by trade unions and
"I think it's a good thing that we're going to be able to do that," he said.
Minister for Economy, Minister for Labour and Policy
Minister for Economic Development and Minister for Economic Development
health and, above all, the national collective bargaining agreement
of the metalworkers.
- "We are close to the company," reads a note from Fim-Cisl
and Fiom-Cgil -- to suspend that mode by asking for a
intervention of the Ministry of Labour to ensure that it is respected
as set out by the government in the agreement with Cgil. Cisl and Uil and
undertake in the immediate aftermath of Decree-Law 17
March 2020 No.18. The trade unions - have made it clear
Fim-Cisl and Fiom-Cgil - will evaluate, if the
behaviour, to act in the offices of the
"It's not the first time we've had a debate on this issue," he said.
28 of the Workers' Statute.'