Collective bargaining agreement in Spain signed

| Source: Securitas AB
A new collective bargaining agreement in Spain has been signed, stipulating a
wage freeze for 2014.
In Spain, measures were initiated in the end of 2013 to change material aspects
of the Spanish labor agreement in order to mitigate imposed cost increases for
2014. The final outcome of this process was expected no later than by the end of
the first quarter of 2014, while in parallel negotiations between the unions and
the employers have taken place. As a result, a new collective bargaining
agreement stipulating a wage freeze for 2014 has been signed.

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