Brasilia has a bus strike this Monday (6.November)

Brasilia has a bus strike this Monday (6.November)

TRT-10 ordered the strike suspended. If workers fail to comply with the decision, the union will be fined R$500,000 per hour

Bus workers in the Federal District on Sunday (November 5, 2023) announced they would stop working on Monday (November 6). They ask for the renewal of the collective labor agreement and the replacement of salary and profits above inflation.

And at the end of the night, The President of the Regional Labor Court for the Tenth District, Judge Alexandre Neri de Oliveira, suspended the strike. When contacted, the DF Road Workers Union did not say whether it would accept the decision. If workers fail to comply with resolutionor Association They will be fined R$500,000 for every hour of strike.

The union’s general secretary, Jose Wilson, is listed Category prompts:

  • Renewal of the collective labor agreement;
  • Salary replacement with 8% adjustment
  • 8% adjustment to food tickets and basic food baskets; that it
  • 8% modification to the health and dental plan.

According to Wilson, It was shown Transport companies have the following advantages:

  • Salary adjustment of 5.53%;
  • 8% modification to health and dental plan;
  • 8% adjustment on dining tickets; that it
  • 10% adjustment to the basic food basket.

According to Wilson, the companies agreed to maintain the collective agreement.

According to the collective agreement of the class, drivers earn 3,307.12 Brazilian reals; university, 1,729.43 Brazilian reals; And the drivers of the “Zabrinha” (minibus), 2,710.93 Brazilian reals.

The government demands responsibility

in NB Published on Sunday (November 5), the Government of the Federal District He mentioned that “The strike is considered offensive, as there was a proposal from the operators and there was an agreement between the companies and the road workers union.”.

“The community expects bus workers to return to the negotiating table with companies for the good of all. Thousands of workers depend on it to manage their lives., he wrote Governor of DF (Federal District), Ibanes Rocha (MDB-DF), on X (formerly Twitter). “It’s time for responsibility”He mentioned.

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Hey Federal District Metro Company (Metro-DF) It will operate at maximum capacity and, if necessary, will extend peak hours for transporting users.

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