Work: trade unions, environmental services strike on Monday


ROME, 06 NOV – Monday 8 November is the strike of the Environmental Services. Over 100,000 sector employees, equally divided between public and private sectors, crossed their arms to claim the renewal of a contract that has expired for over two years. An abstention from work that will cover all work shifts, starting on the same day, with about 100 unitary principals in all territories. A protest promoted by Fp-Cgil, Fit-Cisl, Uiltrasporti and Fiadel, which point the finger at the employers’ associations, Utilitalia for the public part, Confindustria Cisambiente and Fise / Assoambiente for the private one, together with the three cooperative centers, Agci, Confcooperative and Legacoop, “responsible for breaking the negotiations for the renewal of the national collective agreement for the sector: after wasting time letting 27 months pass from the expiration of the contract, they then placed unacceptable conditions in fact putting us in the conditions of not being able to continue”. For FP-CGIL, Fit-CISL, Uiltrasporti and Fiadel, “recognizing the right to renew the contract for these workers, especially after their service during the pandemic, is a must. And it is even more urgent because it concerns the employees of a strategic sector, which will be enhanced by European investments linked to the NRP, the National Recovery and Resilience Plan. Furthermore, we reiterate that in environmental services only and exclusively the Ccnl envisaged must be applied, thus including contracts, subcontracts and the entire supply chain. (HANDLE).

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