France -Strikes annulled after deal with Easyjet management -August 17, 2012

A planned 3 days strike of 250 pilots has been cancelled after the first day. The pilots asked for a wage increase beyond inflation, a change of the variable part of the remuneration and an extra payment because of the good results of the company. The trade union SNPL reached an agreement with the company that was good enough to cancel the action. Easyjet employs around 800 people at five French airports.

English: http://www.english.rfi.fr/economy/20120817-french-easyjet-strike ...

French: http://www.liberation.fr/economie/2012/08/17/easyjet-la-greve ...

 

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