The Community of Madrid backs the collective bargaining agreement that will govern the work conditions of Metro employees

The Community of Madrid backs the collective bargaining agreement that will govern the work conditions of Metro employees
The Community of Madrid backs the collective bargaining agreement that will govern the work conditions of Metro employees

Today, the Community of Madrid has backed the negotiations on the collective bargaining agreement that will govern the working and organisational conditions of Metro de Madrid employees until the end of 2021, which will result in an improvement in the service that the public company provides to its users.

Today, the acting Regional Minister for Housing and Local Administration, David Pérez, attended the signing ceremony at which Metro de Madrid and six trade unions agreed on new organisational measures that will lead to greater efficiency in production processes, both in the maintenance of rolling stock and installations and in the work carried out at stations and in train driving.

The Community of Madrid backs the collective bargaining agreement that will govern the work conditions of Metro employees
The Community of Madrid backs the collective bargaining agreement that will govern the work conditions of Metro employees
The Community of Madrid backs the collective bargaining agreement that will govern the work conditions of Metro employees