In Denmark, too, there were no strikes, since cooperation between workers and employers have largely survived the crisis so far.
“The employers speak the same language as we do and we understand each other’s‘ needs and demands,” said Joergen Frederiksen, a 69-year-old retired worker and a former shop steward. “There are good vibes between us and that means a lot.”
Ciaran Giles from Madrid, Geir Moulson from Berlin, Jan Olsen from Copenhagen, Mike Corder from The Hague, Barry Hatton from Lisbon and Elena Becatoros from Athens contributed to this article.
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