This morning I stepped out of the train, got up the stairs from the platform to the hall of the Utrecht Central Station to find this:
These people are cleaners. Trade unions were negotiating for months to get better salaries and secondary working conditions (such as Dutch language courses and better rest places) for cleaners, but had no success. Now it's time for a strike. I wonder whether these people really sleep at the station. Normally that's forbidden and police takes care it doesn't happen.
When I passed on my way back home in the evening there were at least twice as much newspapers. I hope they'll get what they want.