Railroad workers in France, facing rising inflation and a lack of wage increases, are calling for a strike on July 6 demanding higher wages, according to Le Figaro.
Railroad workers were hit hard and their purchasing power plummeted. This was stated by the trade unions in France. On June 16, all representative organizations appealed to the head of the national company engaged in rail transportation in France (SNCF), Jean-Pierre Farand with “a request for immediate consultation” on the issue of wages.
“Management refused to accept trade union organizations, citing ongoing bilateral meetings”– the railway workers report with regret.
As reported IA REGNUM,…