Salaried workers working at the Togg factory in the Gemlik district of Bursa went on strike. Claiming that they had not received their wages for 2 months, the workers said in a statement: “We will continue to strike until our wages are paid.”
Subcontract workers working at the construction site of the TOGG plant in Bursa have gone on strike on the grounds that they cannot receive their wages.
A crisis broke out at the Togga plant in Gemlik, the domestic car was launched with great brilliance and set off. Workers who are members of the Builders and Builders Union (İYİ-SEN) who worked at the construction site of the plant for subcontractor Yapı Merkezi Anel Elektrik and Sinay Energy quit their jobs on the grounds that they could not receive their salaries for 2 months.
“WE ARE NOT SLAVES”
In a statement made by the workers and posted on the IYI-SEN social media site, “We, as IYI-SEN members working at the construction site of the TOGG plant, are construction workers working for Yapı Merkezi subcontractor Anel Electric and Sinai. Energy. From today we are on strike because of our unpaid wages. Two “We want our unpaid wages to be paid for months. We invite all officials from here on duty. Builders are not slaves,” the statement said.
12 EMPLOYEES FIRED
Hasan Kırılım of the Union of Builders and Builders reported that Anel Elektrik and Sinay Energy terminated employment contracts with 12 employees after the decision to slow down work and go on strike.