Mitsotakis: There Αre Νo Successful Companies Without Satisfied Employees

February 1, 2022

ATHENS – Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, who is visiting Thessaloniki on Tuesday, made his first stop at the facilities of the company DIOPAS, where he was briefed on its activities.

“There are no successful companies without satisfied employees,” underlined Mitsotakis, adding that “a big part of our reform, of the labour reform, is exactly about being able to guarantee not only good working conditions but also that, for those employers that have the propensity to take advantage of their employees… the employees have all the tools at their disposal to defend themselves and, particularly, to record their real working time,” he said.

“After all, I have never seen any successful company in which there is not a good climate between employers and employees,” he added.

Among those participating in the visit were Infrastructure and Transport Minister Kostas Karmanlis, Deputy Interior Minister responsible for Macedonia and Thrace Stavros Kalafatis, Deputy Minister of Infrastructure and Transport Giorgos Karagiannis, the general secretary for coordination Thanassis Kontogeorgis, the head of the prime minister’s office in Thessaloniki Maria Antoniou and MPs elected with New Democracy’s ballot in the city.


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