Subcontracted company elements were removed at the level crossings transferred to the municipality

Subcontracted company members were removed at the level crossings transferred to the municipality: Level crossings in Aydın were transferred to the Metropolitan Municipality. The personnel of 12 who has been working for 52 years as the subcontractor member in the passes transferred by TCDD İzmir Regional Directorate was also terminated.
13, who worked as a night watchman at the 53 level crossing from Buharkent to Germencik's Ortaklar Quarter, was terminated at 8 February 2016. One of them, Yunus Taşdelen, said he was a victim with other colleagues laid off. Taşdelen, iş the state, the job is unemployed, but we are dismissing us. We don't understand that. In TCDD, we worked as 12 level crossing officer for years. They didn't tell us anything. We learned that we were dismissed from the SSI inquiry. TCDD Aydın officials told us, 'Leave the job'. We didn't get any paperwork about the exit process. I was a union member for two years, but we didn't have a union membership, so we just found out. We thought we were members of the Yol-Is Union. They don't want us to be unionized. TCDD gave us a court because we were unionized. They dismissed us for no reason, they could not show any reason. We want our business together with our friends who are victims. We will also seek our rights through legal means. H
The controlled and uncontrolled level crossings, 2003's subcontractor in the company, is currently the employees of the Metropolitan Metropolitan Municipality.

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