The protest will take place on Wednesday, December 5, at 11 pm, on Dimičeva Street in Ljubljana.
One of the major trade union protests a few years ago. Fight continues.
© Borut Peterlin
The Association of Free Trade Unions of Slovenia, together with the Confederation of Slovenian Trade Unions, is organizing a protest meeting on Wednesday, December 5, at 11 am, under the name Juntos por Salários Alta! employers' organizations on Dimiceva Street in Ljubljana. "The proposal for the Minimum Wage Act, which was presented at the National Assembly, opened not only the issue of an adequate minimum wage, but also pointed to all the dimensions of underperforming wages for workers and workers in the private sector," they wrote. the organizers.
They added that the employer's reactions to the proposal presented outweighed all common-sense measures, and the surplus of everything was the assertion that employers stand out from all levels of social dialogue, even at the bipartite level, which means they do not will be more negotiating wages in collective bargaining. contracts, even more, it was understood that they would denounce collective agreements.
"Higher wages, better collective barges and good working conditions are also important for overworked young people and workers, as they can help reduce overwork and better protection for all. They are important to our pensions and are important to our development of society. "
"Encouraged by the above threats, we warned that private sector workers and workers were overwhelmed by the recent financial and economic crisis. Employers pressed for a reduction in employment rights, every day we were shaking, preserving employment, landed conditions unsustainable labor, constantly face bankruptcies and other labor problems and, in the end, often without jobs, are in the Employment Service, "emphasize the unions, adding that they are hearing today about economic growth, rising corporate profits and the rising wealth of the rich but at the same time they are rightly wondering when the workers will be in turn.
"As rights are always free and never donated, we can only succeed together, solidary and organized. We will demand together that we maintain collective agreements, together we will fight to raise our wages and demand that the bosses respect us," they wrote in a meeting invitation of protest.
"Because rights are always free and never donated, we can only succeed together, solidary and organized."
"Higher wages, better collective barges and good working conditions are also important for young people and roof workers as they can contribute to reducing overwork and better protection for all.These are important for our pensions and important for development we are united and connected, we show that we will not be frightened and blackmailed! "We demand respect and decent pay for the work done – by workers and workers of all generations, backgrounds and professions!" they are adding.
In protest, the organizers and their supporters will inform employers that they strongly oppose the threats to deny collective bargaining, which demand higher wages and support a minimum wage law.