Netherlands - Ground crew deal at KLM - September 30, 2016

The flag carrier KLM and the trade union FNV concluded a pay deal for the airline’s 14,500 ground crew, heading off the risk of further strike action. The agreement, which still has to be approved by members, involves ‘more money’, more permanent jobs for staffing agency workers and ensures older workers will keep their extra days off until 2023, the FNV said. The union said in a statement that herewith KLM has ended its race to the bottom.

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