Spain - Ryanair not in good faith – union will appeal - February 28, 2018

After a first warning last month, trade union SEPLA is taking legal action against Ryanair over the lack of contract compliance. Last December Ryanair declared for the first time to recognise unions. However, the company is still struggling to come to agreements with its employees. SEPLA doesn’t have faith in further negotiations claiming that Ryanair will only listen to the representatives when they are forced to do so. SEPLA is planning to submit two lawsuits to the High Court regarding Ryanair’s contracts. In a letter sent to members, SEPLA accused Ryanair management of failing to negotiate in good faith since Europe’s largest budget airline opened the recognition talks.

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