The Socialist Union will not strike tomorrow in Liddell. An agreement was made with the management of the supermarket chain. Both parties confirm this.
On Wednesday, the management proposals to reduce the workload were not yet sufficient for the Socialist Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait. The union called a strike. Christian and liberal unions did not follow.
Now there is an agreement that BBK can agree to. Management agreed to schedule an additional 28 hours per week of workforce in each branch through the end of September, in addition to other measures promised earlier.
Until the end of June, Lidl will place a host in every store on very busy Saturdays and weekdays. Customer aggression promises to actively monitor management. Store managers will be able to receive additional training on how to deal with retail aggression.
Stores with multiple absentees will receive additional ‘flying team’ support. In addition, the store’s planned redesigns will be put on hold for a period of seven weeks. Then, an outside company will make adjustments until the end of the year.
The trade unions and the administration will meet again on June 9. Then we’ll talk more about the long run.
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