At this year’s collective bargaining negotiations, the signs are pointing to strikes in some sectors. According to the ÖGB, there were slightly fewer strike hours in the previous year than in previous years. In 2021, the number of strike hours was 11,368 with around 5,000 participating employees. In 2020 there were more work stoppages: the number of strike hours was around 29,500, that of employees 9883.

In 2019, there were 5,260 employees or around 15,800 hours of strikes. There were more strikes in 2018 with almost 71,500 hours of strikes and a little more than 37,900 people involved.if(!apaResc)var apaResc=function(a){var e=window.addEventListener?”addEventListener “:”attachEvent”,t,n;(0,window[e])(“attachEvent”==e?”onmessage”:”message”,function(e){if(e.data[a]) for(var t=document.getElementsByClassName(a),n=0;n!=t.length;n++) t[n].style.height=e.data[a]+”px”},!1)}; apaResc(“apa-1635-22”);In the past, work stoppages have not only occurred in connection with collective bargaining, there have also been protests, for example, to keep jobs or, in 2003, against pension and ÖBB reforms.

Source: krone

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