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Signing of a new collective agreement between GWU and Gutenberg

Signing of another collective agreement between the Technology, Electronics and Communications Section of the General Workers’ Union and the Gutenberg printing company. A private company that provides printing services for the domestic market as well as for several European countries. An agreement that guarantees better benefits for employees.

This includes wage increases for employees and improvements to their existing conditions.

The four-year collective bargaining agreement was signed by David Darmanin, secretary of the Technology, Electronics and Communications Section, and Alex Zammit, shop steward, as well as Frank Spiteri, managing director of Gutenberg, and Boleslav Spiteri, director, and Jonathan Saliba, manager of HR.

“I must confess that when the suggestion was made to me that workers should join a union, I was rebuffed. But today, I bless them. I am really happy with the service this union gives us,” said General Manager Frank Spiteri.