Clean­ing ser­vice ‘is not good enough’

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THE OP­PO­SI­TION Par­tido Pop­u­lar (PP) in Pi­lar de la Ho­radada has asked the coun­cil to su­per­vise the poor clean­ing ser­vice pro­vided by the com­pany Eulen in lo­cal schools and pub­lic sports fa­cil­i­ties due to al­leged staff short­ages.

Ac­cord­ing to the PP, work­ers have been asked to work ex­tra hours due to the com­plaints of res­i­dents and were promised lieu days in­stead of be­ing paid.

The PP claimed that no tem­po­rary work­ers had been hired to cover days off and the re­main­ing work­ers were or­dered to keep all the fa­cil­i­ties clean.

The num­ber of staff work­ing for the com­pany is in­suf­fi­cient and the sit­u­a­tion has got worse due to the ‘crazy lieu day pol­icy’, they com­mented.

“The coun­cil and Eulen are play­ing with the health of our chil­dren and we hope the new coun­cil­lor for in­fra­struc­ture and for­mer trade union rep­re­sen­ta­tive takes mea­sures and solve this sit­u­a­tion,” noted a PP press re­lease.

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