Hundreds of dockworkers who blocked and paralysed part of Rotterdam’s container port for 24 hours last week could soon strike again unless an agreement is reached with employers over job cuts. Union leaders say the battle in Europe’s biggest and highly-automated container port is being closely watched as it could set an important precedent. “It’s a real crucial test,” Livia Spera, political secretary for Dockers and Fisheries at the European Transport Workers’ Federation (ETF), tells Equal (…)

Source: Rotterdam dockers strike – a test case for Europe?

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