The news is reporting
that a deal has been reached between Total management and the workers undertaking wildcat strike action. This actually means that the workers got their jobs back
and management caved in after losing 100m euros to the strikes. This is a stunning victory over a management that sought to break the strike movement by sacking hundreds of workers. It should be taken as a model of how unofficial action and widespread solidarity can win elsewhere - at Corus
, for example.
Labels: strike, total oil workers, trade unions, victory, working class