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Around 100.000 construction workers could be left jobless

09. August 2011. | 08:41

Source: Tanjug

On Tuesday, on the occasion of the Construction Workers Day, August 8, trade unions warned about the poor position of construction workers in Serbia, the danger of around 100.000 people losing their jobs and the problem of charging performed works.

On Tuesday, on the occasion of the Construction Workers Day, August 8, trade unions warned about the poor position of construction workers in Serbia, the danger of around 100.000 people losing their jobs and the problem of charging performed works.

President of the Alliance of Independent Trade Unions of Serbia (SSS) Ljubisav Orbovic said that the SSS would continue advocating establishment of an environment that would make it possible for the construction sector to recover and workers to get decent wages and safe working conditions, the SSS said in a release posted on its website.

Unless tangible measures are implemented, over 100.000 may be left jobless while certain construction companies might close down due to insolvency, the release states.

The Construction Workers' Day, August 8, was established back in 1940 in the memory of the big strike of construction workers in Serbia and the agreement which the then Construction Trade Union signed with representatives of employers and the government with regard to increasing workers' wages and improving working conditions.

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