Salary Revolt of Subcontracted Employees at TÜVASAŞ

salary rebellion of subcontractor workers
salary rebellion of subcontractor workers

Salary Rebellion of Subcontracted Employees at TÜVASAŞ; TÜVASAŞ's subcontractor employees said their salaries were reduced by the decision of the institution and called on the authorities to ver Give back our rights ”

subcontractor technicians and engineers working in Turkey Wagon Industry Co., sakaryayenihab iscomplained about the salary problem.

In the statement made on behalf of the workers, it is stated that the salaries of technicians working in the agency's subcontractor staff were X 40 percent higher than the minimum wage ken while this rate was taken to 30, while the salaries of the engineers were e 100 percent higher than the minimum wage yüzde.

Stating that the regulation contradicts the principle of am cannot be given back “, subcontracted employees called for the authorities to give their rights back.

Whatsapp hotline is sent to Yenihab description as follows: "Turkey Wagon Industry Co. As the engineers and field personnel of TÜVASAŞ Maintenance Directorate, we are subcontractor subcontractor employees who have been working in TÜVASAŞ through subcontractor procedure for years. With the decision of the Board of Directors of TÜVASAŞ, our wage has been reduced from more than 8 of minimum wage for qualified personnel (technician / technician) to more than 40 of minimum wage and from 30 for engineer personnel to more than 100 of minimum wage. 60 has been reduced to minimum wage in the tender for 8.year. In the new regulation, the salaries of a number of subcontractor personnel are increased while our salaries are reduced. It is obvious that the regulation is contrary to the principle that the right granted cannot be revoked. We want our right back. Although our union (Demir Yol-İş) made the necessary applications, we could not get any results. ”

TÜVASAŞ and the authorized trade union Demiryol İş Trade Union have not made a statement yet.

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