Above from left: Gabrial Mocho Rodriguez, International Transport Federation (ITF); Oliver Richardson, ITF; Eoin Coates, ITF; Charlotte Hall, ITF; and Kevin Donoghue, Forsa, at a press conference at the Ryanair Cabin Crews Summit Dublin in Forsa’s office at Nerney’s Court, Dublin, today.
Forsa Trade Union, Nerney’s Court, Duiblin 1.
Further to the announcement of one-day strike action by Ryanair pilots….
Ryanair cabin crew representatives have published a charter of demands for better pay and conditions, including the abolition of agency employment, and the removal of sales commission as a basis for promotions.
The representatives from across Europe have spent the last two days compiling the charter of demands under eight headings: economic conditions, safety and rostering, a fair and supportive work culture, agency employment, national contracts, sickness, sales and ground staff.
They have warned that if their demands are not met, Ryanair risks a summer of industrial action – but have no plans at present to ballot members for strike action in the 21 countries where they operate….
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