France -Air France and unions agree on procedure for strikes -March 01, 2012

After a four day strike from 6 until 9 February and a national protest in front of the Parliament on 22 February, air traffic unions and Air France have reached agreement on minimum services that government officials say weakens the bill to be adopted in Parliament on 29 February. Unions mobilised in February against the Diard bill that would oblige personnel on strike to register at least 48 hours in advance and would allow Air France to recall all non-registered off-duty personnel in order to maintain minimum services. 

French: http://www.liberation.fr/economie/01012392651-air-france-deroute …  
http://www.unac.asso.fr/mon-unac/tracts/rassemblement … 


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