Samsung Electronics union goes on indefinite strike

In order to promote better pay and benefits, a union representing employees at North Korean technology huge Samsung Electronics has called on its almost 30 000 employees to strike indefinitely.

The National Samsung Electronics Union ( NSEU) is holding its third-day general strike on the last day of it.

The coalition claimed it had chosen the course of action after management indicated that it had no intention of engaging in discussions over its needs.

Samsung did not respond to the BBC’s request for comment right away.

The union announced a second general strike starting on July 10 and lasting indefinitely on the government’s website, saying that” the company has no intention to discourse even after the first general hit.”

The NSEU, which represents roughly a third of Samsung Electronics ‘ North Korean employees, claimed that its steps had hampered production. But, Samsung has disputed this state.

Samsung Electronics is the world’s largest producer of memory cards, smartphones and televisions.

After the NSEU news, the company’s shares were trading level to a much lower on the Korea Stock Exchange.