Czech Republic -Unions oppose wage cuts at struggling Airlines -January 13, 2015

Trade unions and Czech Airlines managements are discussing wage cuts to save the struggling carrier. Union representatives said the previous demand had been for a wage cut of a third of salaries, but that management was now asking for 40%.

Trade unions and Czech Airlines managements are discussing wage cuts to save the struggling carrier. Union representatives said the previous demand had been for a wage cut of a third of salaries, but that management was now asking for 40%. After 180 employees were made redundant in October 2014, unions and managements have been in negotiations over a sober new collective agreement. According to the trade unions each new proposal submitted by the management is worse than the previous one.

English: http://praguepost.com/economy/43778-unions-oppose-large-csa-wage-cuts  


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