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  1. Maltese HSBC staff strike

    A strike by members of the Malta Union of Banking Employees (MUBE) working for HSBC, which began last Saturday, continued this week with members deciding at daily meetings to continue the strike. The strike has been overwhelmingly supported by the 900 HSBC staff. It has affected the bank’s headquarters and branches throughout Malta. The company’s Swieqi call centre is not involved in the action, as it is run by a separate company.

    The strike action follows the company’s reneging on its collective agreement signed with the union in August last year. Members of the General Workers’ Union employed by HSBC have been instructed by the union to support the MUBE action.

    http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2015/04/10/wkrs-a10.html

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