BERLIN (AP) — Germany’s largest rail operator, Deutsche Bahn, and a labor union representing practice drivers stated Thursday they’ve agreed on a pay elevate to finish a collection of strikes that had induced chaos for commuters and vacationers over the summer season.
The GDL union stated it secured assurances over pensions, a elevate of about 3.3% over 32 months and plus two bonus funds of 800 to 1,000 euros ($940-1,180) for every member throughout the interval
Union chief Claus Weselsky known as the settlement “a superb compromise” for each side.
The deal was made potential with the assistance of two state governors following three strikes by GDL members in latest months.
The final strike in early September lasted every week and affected many vacationers coming back from summer season trip.
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