Transport: Triolet Bus Service Employees Are Threatening to Strike

9 years, 7 months ago - 9 July 2013, lexpress.mu
Transport: Triolet Bus Service Employees Are Threatening to Strike
Employees Triolet Bus Service (TBS) announced at a rally, they intend to launch a strike, even illegal, if their demands for wage increases remain unanswered. Meanwhile, they rely on the Mediation and Conciliation Commission (MCC).

The challenge in the area of public transportation is gaining ground. After crasher employees of the National Transport Corporation (NTC), it was the turn of their fellow North to raise the tone. Approximately 200 employees of TBS attended the gathering of the Union of Bus Industry Workers (UBIW) on Monday night July 8th at the center of the Arya Sabha at Triolet. 

As is the procedure established by the Ministry of Labour, the union asked the MCC to consider a tax dispute with the employer. It does not rule out an illegal strike if the CCM rejects their tax dispute.