The unions of the Labor and Social Security Inspectorate have called the second day of the strike for next Wednesday, January 25, but before carrying it out, tomorrow, Monday, January 23, there will be concentrations in all workplaces to demonstrate the government’s inability to “strengthen the body”, as stated by the organizing organizations.
In a statement, CCOO, CIG, CSIF, SITSS, SISLASS, UGT, UPIT and USESS point out that with these concentrations they want to make it clear “to reject the workforce.” “No progress has been made, as far as solutions are concerned, in relation to the shortcomings and deficiencies suffered in the Labor and Social Security Inspectorate and the necessary measures to correct them,” said a statement.
“Inevitably, the terms of the open labor confrontation in the Labor Inspectorate are going to be put up with. All the convening organizations agree,” they add.
All the convening organizations, CCOO, CIG, CSIF, SITSS, SISLASS, UGT, UPIT and USESS, demand that the Government comply with the agreement to strengthen this body that was achieved in July 2021.
The second day of strikes will be on Wednesday the 25th, after the first day of the strike took place on December 21st. Before carrying out next week, the unions are already planning another one on February 22.