Candidate Cheol-soo Ahn, who does not know labor, uses the wrong arrow in the labor director system

– Ahn Cheol-soo, the presidential candidate of the People’s Party, is being criticized for introducing the ‘Detailed Policy for the Confederation of Trade Union Revolution’.

– Candidate Ahn announced on his social networking service (SNS) on the 22nd that in the first part of the detailed policy of the KCTU revolution, “I will completely suspend the implementation of the labor director system to prevent the KCTU from being corrupt.”

– Candidate Ahn argued that “if the public institution labor director system, called the ‘God’s Workplace,’ is introduced, it will only be stronger through moral hazard and negligent management through labor-management cooperation rather than productivity improvement through labor-management joint responsibility.”

– A prophecy (?) that if the labor director system of public institutions spreads to private companies will be dominated by the KCTU and cause catastrophic losses to the Korean economy (?).

– Does Candidate Ahn really expect the company to be ruled by the KCTU if one of the company’s directors is recommended by a worker? I wonder how scary the KCTU is to Candidate Ahn. Also, I would like to ask if you are aware of the fact that the labor director system in public institutions was legislated by the Korean Federation of Trade Unions rather than the KCTU.

“Fill out the income gap for public officials’ pensions”

– The civil servant labor community is taking action to urge civil servants to close the income gap. The government is protesting that the government is not taking any measures, even though there are concerns that the age at which pension payments will be extended from this year will create an income gap for about 1,700 retirees.

– The Civil Service Labor Union (Chairman Ho-il Jeon) and the Federation of Trade Unions (Chairman Hyeon-jeong Seok) announced on the 23rd that they would hold a press conference on the 25th at 11 a.m. in front of the Ministry of Personnel and Innovation in Sejong City, ‘Reporting the siege to close the pension income gap and declaring the all-out struggle’. .

– In 2015, the government promised to establish a discussion body between civil servants’ organizations and the government to discuss ‘preparing a plan to resolve the income gap due to the extension of the age at which pension payments begin’. Afterwards, a special pension committee was formed and negotiated since August last year, but the union criticized the government for not suggesting a clear alternative.

– The two unions held a one-man protest for 50 days from December 6 of last year in front of the Ministry of Personnel Management to demand a solution to the pension income gap and prevent pension cuts.

– They said, “We are determined to make a strong anti-government struggle toward a government that has abandoned the promise it made six years ago and is consistent with ‘I don’t know’.”

Homeplus workers urge to ‘stop closing stores and regulate speculative capital’

– Homeplus workers held a relay strike from the 11th to the 19th, calling for a halt to the closing of Homeplus stores and legislation to regulate speculative capital, followed by a resolution meeting on the 21st.

– On the afternoon of the 21st, the Homeplus Action Committee, a group of labor, civil and social groups, held a resolution meeting in front of the Gwanghwamun D Tower, where MBK Partners headquarters is located, and then marched to the Blue House, pushing a cart.

– The task force said, “The management officially announced the re-opening of the Gaya store on the 10th, but there is no answer to issues such as whether other closed stores will reopen, the Hobong system and the Homeplus Express five-day week system.” We will continue to fight until we come up with a solution to the regulations,” he said.

– Homeplus online delivery workers also held a resolution contest in front of Homeplus Ulsan Nam-gu branch in Nam-gu, Ulsan city at noon on the same day.

– On the 21st, the online delivery branch of the Mart Industry Union shouted, “The shipping company should negotiate” and “Homeplus should solve it.” The branch, which was launched in May 2020, has requested negotiations with Homeplus shipping companies several times, but has not taken the first step.

Reference-www.labortoday.co.kr

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