The unions CCOO and UGT have again supported this Friday uA concentration in Mijas of the staff of the Tivoli World amusement park, located in Benalmádena (Málaga), for demand that the owner company, Grupo Tremón, open the facilities and subrogate your workers.
This has been indicated by the Secretaries of Hospitality and Tourism of UGT and CCOO Málaga, Sergio de Oses and Lola Villalba, respectively, who They have also asked for help from the provincial and regional administrations to “take action on the matter.”
De Oses regretted that the company “seems to have no intention of carrying out” neither the opening nor the subrogation of the employees; so they have concentrated during this Friday at the doors of a hotel in Mijas owned by Tremón.
All this to “continue claiming that it must subrogate the staff as stated in the contract for which, and after many years of lawsuits, he wasadjudicated the ownership and exploitation of the Tivoli park “, has highlighted the union member, who has stressed that these historic facilities are “profitable and should be opened.”
“If you are not interested in exploiting it, get somewhere agreement with one of the companies that have made public their intention to pay Tremón and open the amusement park, “claimed De Oses.
In addition, both De Oses and Villalba have recalled that they are waiting for the decision of the Commercial Court on the request made by the bankruptcy administrator. Next Friday, the 26th, there will be a new mobilization: “We will continue both unions claiming everything that violates the rights of the workforce in the courts“. Neither the staff nor we are going to stop until everything is solved,” he concluded.
The CCOO union leader added that after the Supreme Court ruling on possession and exploitation “the property has the obligation to subrogate workers “Hence this new concentration.
Therefore, both unions will continue supporting Tivoli workers with mobilizations and reporting to the administrations and the Labor Inspectorate so that, ex officio, they request that these workers be subrogated. “We want to continue claiming, that he complies, so that the squad is not left in no man’s land. They are uncollected and are not in any file “, has emphasized the head of Tourism of CCOO Malaga.
At this point, Villalba has made a appeal to the provincial and regional administrations so that they “take action on the matter and help this group and maintain that leisure park how good a result he has had in his 50 years “.