Netherlands - Work stoppages of luggage handlers - April 30, 2018

Workers at international airport Schiphol’s’ handling firms demand a pay increase of 3% or at least 75 euro a month, less work pressure by hiring additional staff and healthier work rosters. After collective bargaining negotiations between the three handling companies, Aviapartner, Menzies Aviation and Swissport, stranded on pay, stress and working hours the union will resort to work stoppages.

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