Titsa strike called off after Union and employers reach agreement

Titsa strike called off after Union and employers reach agreement

Agreement has finally been reached between Unions and employers. The strike has been called off.  Canarias24Horas

Posted 16 December: Titsa and Unions have found enough common ground to enable talks to resume and which could lead to resolving the confict. As a result, the strike is suspended while talks continue, it was announced late last night.  La Opinion

Posted 10 December: In a Union meeting held last night, workers voted to extend the Titsa strike to the end of the month. Originally, the strikes were to finish on 18 December, but now they are to be prolonged through the Christmas period. New strike dates between the 18th and the end of the month are 22, 23, 28, 29 and 30 December. El Dia

Originally posted 1 December: TITSA Unions have announced a series of strikes of the company’s almost 1,300 workers in protest at what they see as political harrassment and continued deterioriations in service. The strikes will start tomorrow, Wednesday 2 December, and will continue on the 3rd and 4th, the 10th and 11th, and the 15th through to the 18th.

The 18th will also see a general public workers’ strike throughout the Canaries, as posted HERE, and a health sector strike, as posted HERECanarias24Horas

4 Comments


  1. Do we know whether that mean no buses or just a limited service?

  2. Author

    They have confirmed that school services will run normally, which by implication suggests nothing else will. They’re reckoning 88% support within the Union, was 80% yesterday, so it’s a pretty full walk out.


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