Telefónica will begin negotiating next Thursday with the unions which will be its fourth voluntary redundancy plan in nine years after CCOO and UGT have taken a step forward to demand a dialogue that will be accompanied by a new collective agreement in the company.
The telecommunications operator has summoned at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday to the workers’ representation to present their proposals, according to union sources THE WORLD.
It is expected that the departure plan could affect around 5,000 people, although the main estimates, taking previous plans as a reference, place the reception more or less 2,400 workershalf of those likely to leave.
The plan It is especially aimed at personnel in charge of maintaining the copper networkwhich will be turned off in April 2024, but will affect all the company’s business areas and will not be conditioned by age, as was the case with the previous PSI (acronym by which this measure is known internally by the acronym of Plan de Individual Suspension).
The last PSI resulted in 2,418 adhesions and the workers left the company receiving between 65% and 68% of the salary, in addition to the payment of health insurance and contributions to the pension plan, as long as the former worker continues with his part.