The staff of Air France is called to strike on January 28th, …
The staff of Air France is called to strike on January 28th, day of the first central works council (CEC) of 2016, which asks the CGT in particular the judgment of dismissal and prosecution in the case of “torn shirt.”
“In 2016 too, we do not let go,” wrote Friday in a statement UGICT-CGT, calling employees, ground staff and cabin, to strike to say “no to layoffs and outsourcing” and than “spin”.
Over the next two years, 3,000 job cuts are planned at Air France. A thousand departures are written down recorded in 2016 and 2,000 in 2017, if management does not find agreement with its pilots by February.
A draft mainland subsidiary also surfaced last November under the name of Transavia Device, after the abandonment of Transavia European project that had motivated in part a historic two-week strike by pilots in September 2014.
Air France-KLM has announced the upcoming opening of a base in Munich, under the auspices of Transavia Holland.
The CGT also demands the withdrawal of complaints and stop lawsuits against five employees charged with “violence” on both managers and security guards, on the sidelines of a central works council (CEC) spent 5 October restructuring.
It calls for their reinstatement, saying they were “unfairly dismissed”.