Strike at Tec Hainaut: what to expect in the days to come?

Strike at Tec Hainaut: what to expect in the days to come?
Strike at Tec Hainaut: what to expect in the days to come?

The Tec Hainaut staff strike will not continue on Saturday, indicated Pascal Bailly, permanent CGSLB on Friday mid-afternoon. According to him, management and unions will work together in the coming weeks to try to find solutions.

This Friday’s movement follows an attack on a driver Thursday morning at Mons station. This is not the first of its kind: since the start of the year, Tec Hainaut staff have been the target of attacks several times.

After the strengthening of controls by Tec controllers and the establishment of joint operations with the police, the unions are demanding the hiring of new controllers as well as solutions to respond to the problem of absenteeism among staff.

In this matter, unions and management are not opposed“, indicated the permanent representative of the liberal union.

Friday morning, the movement had significant repercussions. In the Mons-Borinage region, less than 10% of trips were provided. In the Central region, between 20 and 25% of these were insured. In the Western Hainaut region, finally, more or less 70% of these were.

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