Falck paramedics are back on the job in the greater Copenhagen area. Earlier this week some 150 unsatisfied paramedics for the private emergency response company walked off the job citing heavy workloads, pressure and a lack of open negotiation with management as reasons.
Following a second meeting with management on Wednesday evening, the paramedics announced they would return to work. During the meeting, management agreed to 10 'significant' terms, reported public service broadcaster DR. So far, the terms of the back-to-work agreement have not been made public.
Meanwhile, 80 Falck paramedics in Odense and 40 in Svendborg, both towns on the island of Funen, went on sympathy strike Tuesday and have not yet returned to the job.