Volánbusz Reaches Agreement With Union
An agreement was reached between Volánbusz and the Solidarity Bus Transport Union (Szaksz) on the implementation of a uniform fuel standard system and the regulation of commuting to work, Volánbusz said, according to profitline.hu.
Thus, there will be no strike, the employer said. It recalled that Szaksz made several demands in October 2022 and held a two-hour warning strike on October 25.
Under the agreement, Volánbusz has increased the cost per kilometer of commuting to work by an additional HUF 2 from January 1 to HUF 20 and has undertaken to introduce the uniform fuel standard with the proviso that, taking into account its economic opportunities, it will continue to maintain the 80% payout limit.
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