Poland - Unions announce strike action at LOT airline - April 30, 2018

Trade unions at the country’s state-owned airline LOT announced that workers are planning to go on an indefinite strike from 1 May. The action could lead to delays at Warsaw Chopin airport. The strike decision came after more than three years of negotiations with the airline over pay. LOT management states that the strike, if it goes ahead, would be illegal as it is not supported by all six labour unions that have negotiated with LOT. The Warsaw regional court issued a provisional ‘ban on strike action pending a final ruling’.

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