The Secretariat General of the UGT-A-Fiatg, Pedro Marcos, Wednesday has shown satisfaction with the draft agreement on a new collective agreement for the sector stations, resume negotiations after the Interconfederal Service Mediation and Arbitration and for which they have called off the strike to which they are called 8.000 gas station workers in Andalusia and almost 60.000 in Spain.
So, noted in a statement that after several hours of negotiation, has reached a tentative agreement that grants “labor rights in danger, consequence of labor reform, I would have had dramatic consequences”. “We are very pleased with this draft agreement because reflects the requirements we put on the table”, says Mark.
The agreement, which will run until 2015, allow a transfer a year of geographical mobility that does not involve a change of residence, remain fixed working hours and shifts of seven, ocho and nine hours. “It's a big step because before the approach was to have the worker to the letter, calling them to work at peak times where more people turn to refuel”, Regional Secretary said FITAG, Pedro Marcos.