Barcelona airport crisis worsens as security staff plan 24-hour strike

After staging go-slows and one-hour strikes since July, private security workers voted to reject company pay deal and go ahead with walkoutAfter two weeks of chaos, Barcelona airport faces a worsening situation as security staff begin a 24-hour strike. The private security workers have been staging go-slows and rolling one-hour strikes since late July and on Sunday voted for a second time to reject the company’s offer, paving the way for 24-hour strike action. The workers voted by 150 to 36 to reject the offer and to go ahead with the planned industrial action. Continue reading...

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