Employees of the Antoni van Leeuwenhoek hospital are holding a sitting campaign for a better collective labor agreement. After the Dutch Association of Hospitals (NVZ) announced that it would not respond to the demands of the trade unions FNV, CNV, NU’91 and FBZ.
The action in the oncology hospital lasted about half an hour. According to a spokeswoman for the trade union FNV, about three hundred employees participated. In mid-March, employees of dozens of hospitals will go on strike if the NVZ does not meet the demands of the trade unions.