EU Sources - Ryanair workers active across Europe - August 31, 2018

Pilots and crew members working at Ryanair organised a series of industrial actions all over Europe. Cabin staff in Belgium, Italy, Portugal and Spain walked out for 48 hours in July. Pilots in Germany, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium and the Netherlands went on strike on 10 August in the biggest one-day strike the cheap carrier has faced. The company that was notorious for its refusal to recognise and negotiate with unions changed this policy in December 2017. However, bargaining did not really come off the ground. The latest actions led to agreements in Ireland and Italy.

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