FEVICCOM marches for job security, increased wages and collective bargaining

On Saturday, September 26, in the districts from north to south of the country and in the autonomous regions, FEVICCOM was on the street, giving voice to workers, both in the public and private sectors, saying that it is urgent to increase wages and pensions, to significantly increase the National Minimum Wage, valuing careers and professions, guaranteeing job security and boosting collective bargaining. These, among others, are just demands that gain more relevance and urgency at the present time.

Pedro Milheiro, Member of UITBB Secretariat

FEVICCOM was once again present.