Air France will maintain the company agreement for flight attendants until February 2017. the SNPNC-FO and UNSA-PNC (46% representation between them) had specifically called for a strike which ended on Tuesday in protest against the renewal for only 17 months of the company agreement fixing their work rules, pay and progress, which was to end on 31 October. They judged this insufficient period, as the measures proposed by management regarding particular the reduction of crews.
The management of Air France had previously announced offer on August 2 to three unions representing cabin crew on strike for a week to “resume negotiations” on the future agreement of current business in August, have we learned from the press service. The strike of flight attendants of Air France should end Tuesday night, after a week of social conflict that affected “180,000 passengers” and cost about “90 million euros”, according management.
This is “a handshake via a letter mailed by the Director of human resources, Gilles Gateau, three representative unions’ staff cabin (PNC), the SNPNC-FO, UNSA-PNC and UNAC, has added the same source.
unions exclude a new shortly strike
Previously on Europe 1, the general secretary of SNPNC-FO, Christelle Auster had spoken on Europe 1 “mail” Executive “which intends to resume discussions at the end of August. ” “We have no discussion throughout the conflict, but we have received today a letter from management intends to resume discussions at the end of August,” she said.
Christelle Auster has excluded the possibility of an imminent resumption of the strike, as had suggested Monday his union and UNSA-PNC, united in inter and the origin of the call to strike. For the union, the “priority” is “to reach an agreement that is acceptable”
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