Victory for the chambermaids of an Ibis hotel: "A historic step forward against the Accor group"
An Ibis hotel in Paris (photo illustration).
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By: Jean-Baptiste Marot Follow
22 months of struggle including eight of strike, this is the time it took for the chambermaids of the Ibis Batignolles hotel in Paris to win their case.
Employed by a subcontractor company STN, they demanded the same working conditions as their Accor counterparts.
After tough negotiations, the agreement containing a salary increase and a reduced work rate was signed in the morning.
Behind the scenes of this battle with Claude Levy, representative of the CGT-HPE union (Prestige and economic hotels).
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