The strike in the bars of
TGV, launched Friday by the unions CFDT, FO, CGT and SUD catering company Newrest, provider of the
SNCF, was suspended after a "commitment of the direction", one learned Sunday union source. Management has announced the abandonment of the change of "end of service", which triggered the social movement, said Ronald Dufresne-Almendro, union delegate SUD-Rail at Newrest.
The strike is "suspended until June 17" and a new meeting with management to discuss "other claims," he added. The four unions had launched "an indefinite strike" to protest against a decision that extended the duration of "service ends" from one hour to half an hour, which could cause the employees concerned to mechanically incur losses. of rest ", explained the SUD-Rail delegate on Friday.
"Dangers for employees"
Other "danger for employees", whose rights are calculated according to the length of their working time: a "loss of salary" because of the "cancellation of meal bonus on certain rotations" or "disparity between employees Some, retaining an hour of service when others saw them reduced to thirty minutes, had criticized the unions in a unitary tract.
Among the claims to be considered on 17 June are a request for a "1.5% general increase in wages", the requirement for "reliable and complete equipment for all agents and at all sites", or " 'total abandonment' of the Uber and Uberpool services for agents starting to work before 06:00 or ending after 00:15 and returning to taxi support, according to another unit leaflet.