Catholic University trade unions have announced they have reached an agreement in principle with leaders of the Cruzados SADP to end legal strikes
The workers union of the Universidad Católica club and the Cruzados SADP board reached an agreement in principle this Thursday. workers end a week-long strike About the claim which cost about 44,800 pesos per month among the workers.
agreement allows All youth football categories resume training in the sports city of San Carlos de Apoquindo this Thursday, with competition starting this weekend.
“They would pay our demands in a different way than we requested. But what we requested was fulfilled.” Iván Contreras, president of the union, explained to Agencia EFE.
An unprecedented workers’ strike at the Universidad Católica club began a week ago, prompting the team’s legend to abandon it due to the attitude of the board.
The main cause was a request for a salary update, an increase that meant a monthly payment of 44,800 pesos. This seems absurd for an honorable body, but it had dignified funds.
Areas such as football school, women’s football, props, communications, recruitment, club history and training football coaches were quick to join the strike, but did not hit the field this Thursday.
After Tuesday’s meeting in which both parties held discussions, the club improved on just one aspect of its proposal. This included his 1.6% readjustment offered no longer being exclusive to him earning less than P800,000. 1 million (about 1,150 euros).
“The union held an extraordinary meeting with 54% approval to accept Cruzados’ proposal, provided it included eight coaches from football schools not considered in the realignment. It would have meant about 44,800 pesos a month for the club among its members,” the statement added.
According to SADP, “The counterpart, chaired by general manager Juan Pablo Pareja, refused to include the eight workers. Despite the fact that they would have accepted it.” .