While waiting for the flights to resume, the tension between Ryanair and his staff stationed in Italy takes off. Actually framed in Malta Air, a company controlled by the Irish. In a document signed by the workers’ representatives and by Fit Cisl, Anpa and Anpav, it is underlined that the cut of 10% of the remuneration (both in the fixed and in the variable part) for an indicative period of 5 years is not acceptable. Even in the presence of the Covid-19 emergency.
“The use of the defensive solidarity contract as proposed by us for the 2020-2022 period generates greater savings for the company than the 10% cut requested by them” they write. “Added to this is the willingness to agree operational changes to improve employee productivity during the period of use of the solidarity contract.”
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