Flattr's Per Thulin and Simon Gate during their visit to Berlin. Photo: Berlinow

Flattr’s German Success Story

Ground worker at Tegel airport (file). Photo: vince42/flickr[source]CC BY-ND 2.0

Around 200 ground workers at Berlin’s Tegel airport went on strike for three and a half hours this morning. They demand a four percent pay increase.

The strike affected about 30 flights, which had to be cancelled. The public sector union Verdi wanted to send a warning signal to the airport management that they need to compromise with the union, if they do not want a strike on a larger scale.

Via The Local

 

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