Four unions call an indefinite strike in the buses of Titsa


The unions USO-Canarias, MSK, FeSMC-UGT and CCOO, members of the works council of the Urban Service of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, call an indefinite strike in transport in the capital from February 17, the date on which planned the beginning of the carnivals in the streets of the capital of Tenerife.


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The workers indicated in a statement that they want to return to the negotiating table on the basis of the agreements reached in December but criticized the “intransigent and dishonest attitude” of the Titsa company, dependent on the Cabildo de Tenerife.

The unions will convene the Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council for a meeting in the next few days to explain the situation to them and charge against the “irresponsible and incomprehensible attitude of the Titsa managers”.

“We still cannot understand what Titsa is looking for with this movement, creating a labor conflict and putting the Santa Cruz City Council in a serious situation before the users of the service,” they point out.

The unions regret the “unilateral rupture” by the company of the agreement reached on December 23 and intends to implement a schedule starting at 6:00 p.m. and ending at 02:00 a.m. and consider it as a daytime shift when the collective agreement does not regulate that specific time slot, establishing, in any case, the consideration of night shifts from 10:00 p.m., also regulating for these services not only the remuneration part but also staff breaks.

They also criticize the company’s non-compliance with the Fourth Specific Provision on the way of distributing the work of the collective agreement in force.



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