Combative unions oppose salary freeze and have started to question a general pay rise for a 6-month period, in part sabotaging the social pact with the President Elect.
Published in El Cronista on November 26, 2019
What’s more, there is already disagreement between the Workers’ General Confederation [CGT] and those who demand a year-end bonus, which has given rise to an ambiguous statement indicating that each sector is free to seek it by reaching an agreement with the business organizations, or with each company.
More than 80% of the economic activity is in state of emergency or trying to survive after more than ten years of stagflation, under intense tax pressure and seriously affected by the credit crunch. In addition, the last resort for many sectors in crisis is to design a 6-month temporary stand-by plan to wait and see what to do based on the measures that the new administration will take. Seguir leyendo The Dilemma of Labor-Management Commitees under the Social Pact