US News: the United States shaken by a wave of strikes

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Des salariés américains du géant des machines agricoles John Deere en grève à Davenport (Iowa), le 15 octobre 2021. © Getty Images via AFP - Scott Olson of American employees of the Giant of Agricultural Machines John Deere on strike in Davenport (Iowa), October 15, 2021.

in the United States , thousands of workers started movements of strikes in many areas. They denounce difficult working conditions while their employers record significant profits.

with our correspondent in New York, Loubna Anaki

Some have already baptized the month of October Strketober, because of the strikes that multiply everywhere in the United States. Cereal factories, tractors, schools, or hospitals, they are thousands of employees on strike or threatening to go on strike. Since Thursday, 10,000 employees of the John Deere tractor builder are already on strike; 1,400 from the Kellogg's cereal manufacturer since October 5, and more than 2,000 Employees from Mercy Hospital in Buffalo since October 1st. Some 31,000 employees of the Kaiser Permanent Health Group in the Western United States threaten to stop work. Most denounce difficult working conditions and protest against changes in social contracts. Many companies wanting to remove the automatic adjustment of salaries at the cost of living, while inflation is strong, and generalize a new category of contracts with fewer benefits.

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The unions and the workers are all the more reassembled that their employers have made significant turnover during the health crisis when they had to work even more to ensure the continuity of services.

If employees do not hesitate to go on strike, it is because they are in a position with a market where millions of jobs are to be filled and where employers have trouble recruiting.

For some, the health crisis has also served as awareness. A recent study shows that Americans no longer hesitate to resign if their current work does not offer them the quality of life it dreams.

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