The Government Team of the Socialist Party with the collusion of Podemos and Ciudadanos, in the middle of the summer vacation period, approve THE GREATEST CUTTING OF WAGE AND SOCIAL RIGHTS OF THE LAST 40 YEARS - € 1,500,000 - without negotiation, without raising counterparts of any kind and at the same time they agree to the creation of two new headquarters that duplicate the existing ones and that represent 152,000 euros of greater spending, which is added to the increase in the PSOE's trusted personnel that all citizens pay. The unions of the Molina City Council, CCOO, CSIF, UGT and SIME, which represent 100% of municipal employees, announce that they will take these agreements to court and call for mobilizations in defense of their legitimate rights. A cut due to the suspension of practically all the articles of the Framework Agreement that imply salary and / or social rights: paid training, retirement incentives, compensation for special holidays, study grants, IT compensation, etc.
In total 1,500,000 euros.
ALL OF THIS, IN ADDITION, WITHOUT ANY EURO OF THE GOVERNMENT TEAM'S SALARIES BEEN DOWN.
Cuts that will be applied without a vote in the General Negotiating Table violating the administrative procedure The unions denounce that this cut has not been sufficiently justified and remember that the City Council of Molina de Segura, by not convening the free shift positions that exist in the Template, including the 16 Local Police, is saving more than …….
They insist on the non-negotiation of these measures, to the point that they OFFICIALLY DISCLAIM THE FINAL PROPOSAL THAT HAS BEEN SUBMITTED TO THE PLENARY SESSION and, of course, they do not have any of the reports that make up the File.
A NEW SAMPLE OF UNILATERALITY AND THE LACK OF RESPECT OF THIS CITY COUNCIL TO THE BASIC RULES OF TRANSPARENCY, NEGOTIATION AND LABOR RELATIONS. We insist that this aggression is added to the daily routine of keeping more than 120 employees in uncertainty and job insecurity due to their refusal to negotiate a Resource and Employment Plan.
Source: CCOO, CSIF, UGT y SIME