Italy - Ryanair strike announced - January 31, 2018

The Ryanair management had the idea to select only one union for its negotiations with the country’s workforce. Directly after, three trade unions representing cabin crews, pilots and ground crews called for its members to strike on 10 February to protest against the plans to negotiate working conditions exclusively with one union. Ryanair has said it would negotiate with Anpac, the pilots’ association, but not with other unions representing cabin crews, ground crews and pilots who are not Anpac members. As a reaction to the company’s position the Filt Cgil, Fit Cisl and Uiltrasporti unions said in a statement: ‘There must be a discussion about salaries and safeguards for all of the workers, and not just a portion of them’.

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